2 Charged After Officers Find Meth Lab In Morgan County Home
MORGAN COUNTY, AlabamaThe Morgan County Sheriff’s Department have arrests two men they say were manufacturing meth out of a home.
The Morgan County Drug Task Force preformed a search warrant at a home in the 70 block of Lockhart Road in Hartselle on Wednesday.
Agents had been following up on tips and had received information that possible drug activity was happening at the home. Agents made found Charles Ray Key, 39, and Clifton Leroy Goodwin, 53 at the rear of the home in a small shed.
Agents had learned that both men had been making frequent purchases of Pseudoephedrine and had been advised that they were also purchasing Pseudoephedrine from other individuals.
During the search, agents found a one pot methamphetamine laboratory as well as an HCL gas generator. Approximately one once of liquid methamphetamine including equipment and chemicals associated in the manufacturing process to produce methamphetamine was also found.
Both subjects were decontaminated and booked into the Morgan County Jail on charges of first-degree unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance, trafficking in methamphetamine, and unlawful possession of felony drug paraphernalia.
Bond is set at $507,500 each.