By Jade Bulecza - bio | email ECHOLS COUNTY, GA (WALB) - Investigators in Echols County discover two gatorade bottles full of chemicals to make meth in the back of a truck early Tuesday morning.
They received information a meth lab was at 1061 J. Frank Culpepper Road. There, deputies found a mobile meth lab in plain view in the back of a GMC pick up truck.
The truck's owner, Michael Terrell, was arrested. South Georgia Drug Task Force agents also found marijuana inside the house.
Terrell was charged with manufacturing meth and possession of marijuana. His girlfriend Jenny E. Robin was also charged with possession of marijuana.
A hazmat team from Tallahassee was called to clean up and dispose of the lab.
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