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MINOR, AL (WBRC) – A father fed up calls the cops on his own son. What he did was lead police to discover a working meth lab and that’s not all. This happened in the Minor Heights Neighborhood at a home Oak Street.The father called officers to this house after he noticed his son had visitors.

The father called officers to this house after he noticed his son had visitors.

 

A neighbor said that the suspect’s dad called police many times to keep people from being over there.

Chief Deputy Randy Christian with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office says the father was letting his son live here to help him get his life on track and get off drugs.

The father drove by the home and got suspicious of his son’s friends who were there. So he called 9-1-1. Deputies arrived and discovered an active meth lab in a car.

Inside the home, they found even more. There were remnants of a meth lab and drug paraphernalia.

Audie Jacks lives a few houses down from the scene, he says it’s the second one in his neighborhood in a month.

Jacks said, “It’s just these low lying communities such as minor here they want to come in keep low key as you can see it catches up with you.”

Ashley Black says she moved here because she thought it was safe for her and her son. She’s surprised about the meth lab busts and hopes this latest threat is the last.

Black said, “I’m glad their acting quickly, keep all the drugs from over here.” There were reports of explosions at the house, but thankfully, that turned out not to be true.

Two males and two females, including the homeowner’s son were arrested. Their charges are as follows:

John Patrick Garrison, 43, was harged with unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. His bond totals $102,500.

Carmen Michelle Keeton, 36, was charged with unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of controlled substance. Her bond totals $105,000.

Leslie C. Haskins, 35, was charged with unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance. Her bond totals $100,000 and she also had an outstanding warrant for unlawful possession of a controlled substance. The warrant has no bond.

James Robert Champion, 30, was charged with unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance. His bond totals $100,000.

 

 

 

http://www.waff.com/story/18390038/meth-lab-discovered-after-father-calls-cops-on-son

 

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