Four Charged After Discovery Of Alleged Meth Lab In Rome
Four people are facing charges in connection with the discovery of an alleged meth lab in Rome.
Rome Police were called to the Bariles Trailer Park on Floyd Avenue for a reported neighbor dispute when officers saw what appeared to be materials commonly used in the manufacturing of meth.
Police say they found numerous one-pot meth labs, as well as items and chemicals which are used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine.
26-year old Austin Johnson, 21-year old Chelsey Lapage, 26-year old Sean McPhilmy and 27-year old Stephenie Sherwood were arrested on charges including unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine
A two year old child found inside one of the trailers was turned over to child protective services.