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A maintenance worker discovered two bottles in a public restroom at the Vacation Host Inn on Friday that contained residue from methamphetamine production, deputies said.

The motel was the site where two employees were shot and killed on March 12.

The maintenance worker was working on the bathroom at the motel at 3330 S. Pine Ave. when he found two plastic sports drink bottles with an unknown liquid in them just before 4 p.m. When Marion County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrived, they were able to determine the liquid was part of the methamphetamine cooking process, according to reports.

The owner of the bottles could not be determined.

On March 12, two motel workers — Lester Carter, 42, and Glendora Johnson, 54, — were shot and killed. Kelvin Lee Coleman, 27, a resident at the motel, was charged with their killings.


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