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July 25 05:18 PM

Meth lab discovered in Blanchard

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Christopher Addison

        Agents with the Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Task Force were investigating a drug complaint on Wednesday when they discovered an active meth lab at the Blanchard Mobile Home Villa.

       The lab was located in a shed next to a mobile home occupied by Christopher Lloyd Addison, 38. Addison, who was not home at the time, resides at 626 Blanchard Mobile Villa in Shreveport.

       Agents discovered the lab while the "cooking" process was still in progress.

       A hazardous materials company was contacted to dispose of the dangerous chemicals.

       Addison returned to his home later and was arrested for creation/operation of a clandestine lab. 

 

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