Two Henderson residents have been charged for manufacturing meth and other drug-related offenses.
According to Henderson Police, 25 year old Pamela Procter was arrested during a traffic stop around 2:50 Thursday morning after a search was conducted on the vehicle and officers found methamphetamine, along with syringes, three bottles of a sludge type material in the bottom, a hose, broken batteries, sinus medication, and items smelling of fuel.
Procter was charged with possessing a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a meth precursor, manufacturing meth and traffic-related offenses.
Police say they were then given information which led officers to the Super 8 Motel where 35 year old Michael Alexander was taken into custody after a one pot meth lab was found in the room, along with lighter fluid, batteries, Sudafed, rubber hoses, cash, scales, marijuana, meth and prescription medications not in bottles.
Alexander was charged with three counts of trafficking in a controlled substance, unlawful possession of a meth precursor, manufacturing meth, trafficking marijuana and fourth degree controlled substance endangerment to a child.
Both subjects were lodged in the Henderson County Detention Center.
(Source: Henderson Co. Detention Center)