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Three face charges for meth lab discoveries
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Three people were bound to the grand jury for meth labs discovered recently during a pair of raids.
Among those who will face grand jury presentations on charges of initiating the process to manufacture meth was a Lyndon Street couple. The suspects, Jonathan K. Curtis, 32, and Susan Haston, 36, were bound to the grand jury while they remain held under $20,000 bonds.
The pair was arrested when police arrived at their West Riverside home with a search warrant. A search of the premises yielded numerous items commonly used in the production of methamphetamine. Among the items were a glass jar with lithium batteries, stained coffee filters, aluminum foil balls, a gasser, a jug of Coleman fuel and a shake bottle indicating someone was making meth using the streamlined shake and bake method.
Joining the Lyndon Street couple behind bars was Michael Wade Scott, 46.
He was taken into custody after deputies went to his Old Beersheba Road home to investigate a call about drugs being manufactured in the residence. Deputies were given permission to search the residence and subsequently found numerous items used in the production of meth. Among items found there were a can of muratic acid, empty psudoephedrine packs, stained coffee filters, burnt aluminum foil, Draino and a plastic bag of stripped lithium batteries.