UPDATE: 4 Arrested at Drug Bust in Lacey’s Spring

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MORGAN COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – Four people face drug charges this morning after a drug bust in Morgan County.

Deputies went to a home on Amherst Drive in Lacey’s Spring around 7:00 p.m. Thursday night on a drug call. They say they found components of a meth lab and called the Morgan County Drug Task Force.

Steve Travis McBride, Matthew Wayne Fowler, Teresa Ann McCord and Bradley Michael Hudson have all been charged with Unlawful Manufacture of a Controlled Substance 1st Degree, Trafficking in Methamphetamine, and Felony Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

The Lacey’s Spring Volunteer Fire Department decontaminated the four people before deputies took them to jail. Each of them has bond set at $207,500.


  • dumbasswhiteboys

    U look on the mcsd website 3of them ain’t even Ben out of jail long .heck it said one of them got out a week an three days .good job getting these people from running our community in the ground greatly appreciate what y’all do.

    • Bob

      Mr. dumbasswhiteboys,

      If it’s not too much trouble or too taxing on you mentally, would you mind reposting your comment into something us educated Smartasswhateboys could read and interpret?

      The Rest of Us.

    • ashley

      I think u need to mind ur own business u don’t them or the situation so i personally think u shouldn’t judge and should keep ur mouth shut cause i am sure u ain’t perfect!!!!!!!!!

  • dmil72

    At least the Sheriff in Morgan county is out catching the drug dealers/manufacturers. Limestone county drug folks know to pay Blakely to keep from the inconvenience of jail…or so it would seem. When was the last time there was a meth lab bust in Limestone county? Do they not make meth there?

  • Michael

    I’m curious, what does the report mean by a “drug call?” Does that mean someone else called the police or that this was the police stopping by and checking due to a prior offense?

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