HARTFORD (WKZO) -- Meth is a powerfully addictive and destructive drug that will burn its users out from the inside, burn down their lives and the threat of arrest and prosecution holds little threat compared to the hold the drug has on them.
That’s why so many meth arrests are repeat offenders. During a Meth raid yesterday in Hartford, the Van Buren County Narcotics unit found a suspect who already had a Tether on his ankle.
They recognized another from previous arrests, and found she had outstanding warrants.
The raid on Marion Street focused on two homes, and turned up a cooking one-pot meth lab in the Freezer and materials and lab equipment scattered around the houses.
27-year-old Tiffany Johnson-Oliver was arrested on the outstanding warrants. A 26-year-old male is being held on a parole violation, and a 36-year-old is being held for operating a meth lab, distribution and maintaining a drug house. Charges against a 19-year-old female are pending.
They say she was also holding a user amount of meth, and may also be charged with manufacturing.