HUNTINGTON, TX (KTRE) - Huntington Police arrested three during a meth lab raid near downtown Sunday night.
Chief Bobby Epperly Jr. said his department received information that meth would be cooked at a residence on the 100 block of West Walnut Street Sunday night. They arrived at the residence around 11:15 p.m. and received consent to search the house.
Epperly said officers found components of a shake-and-bake meth lab in the attic of the house and in one of the bedrooms.
They arrested Melinda Gean Farmer, 19, Robyn Elizabeth Johnson, 28, and Reuben O'Daniel Reeves, 26, all of Huntington. They are charged with possession of transport chemicals. All are being held on bonds of $10,000 for Farmer, $15,000 for Johnson and $50,000 for Reeves.
Johnson was arrested in March after police alleged she allowed her children to watch a man spin doughnuts in her yard, which put the children in danger.