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HARTSELLE, Alabama — Morgan County Drug Task Force members discovered seven gas generators, a one-pot meth lab, cold packs, lithium, acid, and cold medicine containing pseudoephedrine outside a house in the 1000 block of Kyle Road Wednesday.


Brian Goree


Investigators initially went to the residence in reference to an arrest warrant. According to a sheriff’s report, agents had received several tips from neighbors that Brian Allen Goree was cooking methamphetamine at the location. Goree was at the home, along with three other suspects identified as Lee Jones, Roy Griffin, and William Byrd. Goree reportedly gave police consent to search the residence and property, when they discovered the drug paraphernalia in a garbage can outside.

Goree was arrested and charged with unlawful manufacturing a controlled substance in the first degree and felony possession of drug paraphernalia, sheriff’s officials said. Jones, Griffin and Byrd were charged with loitering in a drug house. Byrd has outstanding felony warrants in Missouri, according to the report.

The four suspects were transported to the Morgan County Jail, where bond has not been set.


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