A Lebanon mom allegedly told officers she was allowing her boyfriend to make methamphetamine in her home, so she could “get high for free.”

Following the Sunday night investigation at a New Buffalo road apartment, where methamphetamine was allegedly being produced in a home occupied by a young child, three people face felony charges.


The Laclede County Prosecuting Attorney’s office has charged Ruben J. Moreno Jr., 36, of Lebanon, Chelsea L. Heaston, 24, of Lebanon and Shane Michael Hare, 24, of Springfield, each with a class A felony of attempting to manufacture a controlled substance and a class C felony of endangering the welfare of a child in the first degree.


All three are being held in the Laclede County Jail in lieu of a $75,000 bond each.







  1. Doc says:

    Nothing is free!