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Kenner police arrested a LaPlace woman accused of cooking up methamphetamine in her motel room. Lori Lesaicherre, 51, was taken into custody after authorities discovered a drug-manufacturing set-up inside her room at the Contempra Inn, 2820 Williams Blvd., Kenner, on Thursday (March 19), said Lt. Brian McGregor, spokesman for the department.17317186-mmmain

Investigators received the tip about Lasaicherre’s motel meth lab around 11:47 p.m. Detectives went over and paid a visit to room No. 116. When Lesaicherre opened the door, out wafted the smell of ammonia, a product used to cook meth, McGregor said.

Authorities searched her room and found plastic tubing, lighter fluid, camping fuel and pseudoephedrine caplets and other meth precursors. Lesaicherre confessed to making meth in the room and dumping the byproducts into a nearby dumpster, McGregor said.

Meth production includes volatile, toxic chemicals. Authorities called out a Jefferson Parish Hazmat crew to dispose of the byproducts, McGregor said.

Lesaicherre was booked with creation of a clandestine lab to manufacture illegal substances. No bond had been set as of Friday evening.








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