Woman Calls Police on Son for Allegedly Cooking Meth

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Just after 12 a.m. Friday, Huntsville Police responded to a trailer park in the 200 block of Winchester Road just east of Memorial Parkway for a suspected working meth lab.

The homeowner came home, smelled a strange smell, and thought her son might be cooking meth.  She called 911 to report it.  When officers arrived, they found a working meth lab inside the home.  They also found the remnants of a used meth lab discarded inside a 55-gallon drum.

Police called in the STAC Team to remove the lab and follow up on the investigation.

Police took 27-year-old Johnny Wilson Marshall into custody.  He is charged with manufacturing a controlled substance and possession of marijuana.  Wilson was the only person arrested.

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