Sunday, April 20, 2014

‘Hazardous’ trash found on lawn leads to two meth arrests


By Pat Cooper

Twoeople were arrested as a result of the discovery of what appeared to be trash on a resident’s front lawn.
According to Peachtree City police Lieutenant Mark Brown, a resident on Hip Pocket Drive found items that appeared to be trash on the road near her driveway. When she picked up the discarded bag to put it in her dumpster, she saw a two-liter bottle with “a suspicious substance” inside. Putting the bag down, she called 911.
Responding officers identified the bottle, along with several other items as ingredients possibly used to produce methamphetamine which was extremely hazardous. Brown said that “normal protocol clean up procedures” required specialized “hazardous material remediation” agents to remove them. The police called in the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, which conducted the clean up and it’s own investigation into the incident.
Douglas Shamrock, 29, of Tyrone was arrested, and charged with Manufacture of Methamphetamine and Possession of Methamphetamine within 1000 feet of a Park. Also arrested was 25 year-old Shaina Windom, also of Tyrone who was charged with Possession of pseudoephedrine With the Intent to Manufacture Methamphetamine.


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