Former Meth House Renovations are Underway

Renovations are moving along on a Lufkin home that was once used to make and sell meth. The home in the Four Seasons subdivision was seized after a drug raid last year. Soon, it will be back on the market.

The AC unit, cabinet work, floors, and bathrooms have all been taken out of the home. Next week, workers will start putting it all back together.

Henry McCullough said, "After they sell it, a portion of the sale price will go to the children of the person that owned that house in escrow and anything above that will go to the Habitat for Humanity."

The project is a joint effort between Habitat for Humanity, the Lufkin Police Department, and the Angelina County D.A.'s office. Renovations will be finished sometime this summer.