In response to complaints about a lab making methamphetamine, Daytona Beach Shores police arrested a man and woman inside a room at the Famous Shores Motel, 3738 S. Atlantic Ave., Tuesday morning.
Officers conducted surveilllance at the propery and arrested Pete Atwood, 65, and Joleen Crisp, 32, who inivestigators said were manufacturing meth in the room, according to Detective Sgt. Mike Fowler.
Atwood told officers that he and Crisp manufactured the drug in the room and were going to produce another bach later Tuesday after Crisp’s court appearance on a previous charge related to manufacturing meth.
Both were arrested and charged with manufacturing methamphetamine after amphetamine and the chemicals to produce it were discovered in the room.
The Volusia Bureau of Investigation responded to the scene and dismantled the lab.