Caddo-Shreveport narcotics agents serving a misdemeanor bench warrant found meth labs at a home on Crouch Dam Road in north Caddo Parish Tuesday.
Agents planned to arrest Tatum Burroughs after he alleged missed his misdemeanor marijuana trial date Monday. When they arrived at 8386 Crouch Dam Road, they noticed arrival they noticed a strong odor coming from behind a shed, where they found two active one-pot meth labs, said Cindy Chadwick, Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman.
After further investigation, they found three additional meth labs, a small amount of methamphetamine, a rifle and chemicals used to manufacture methamphetamine. Agents were led to a neighboring residence at 7750 Jack Todd Road, where they discovered more items used to manufacture meth, Chadwick said.
The officers arrested Richard Burroughs Jr., 45, of 8386 Crouch Dam Road, on two charges of manufacturing methamphetamine and one charge of meth possession and Jerry Oliver Jr., 42, of 7750 Jack Todd Road, on two charges of manufacturing methamphetamine and one charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Tatum Burroughs, Richard Burroughs’ son, was not at the house and will not be charged in connection with the meth labs, Chadwick said.