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DECATUR, Alabama – Two women found in an apartment that was not theirs, along with chemicals to make methamphetamine, were arrested Thursday by Decatur Police.

Officers responded to a call that someone was trespassing in unit E11 of Albany Landing Apartments at 416 Hay Drive, according to a police report. At the building, the officers found Aubrey Letson, 35, of 2417 Shady Grove Lane and Ashley Woods, 25, of 1912 Enolam Drive, both of Decatur.


Letson was charged with felony possession of drug paraphernalia and, after authorities determined she lied about her name, with giving false information to police, the report stated. Woods was charged with felony possession of drug paraphernalia and third-degree criminal trespassing.

Each were booked into Decatur City Jail and transferred to Morgan County Jail, where they were held on $50,500 bond each.

When officers arrived at the apartment, they could smell a strong chemical odor associated with the manufacturing of methamphetamine and called the Organized Crime Unit. Investigator Kirk Arrington located chemicals and substances used in the manufacture of methamphetamine in the apartment, the report stated. 



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