Three arrested for long-term meth investigation
POSTED: Friday, May 11, 2012 - 12:00am
UPDATED: Friday, May 11, 2012 - 12:04am
AMITE, LA — On May 03, agents from the Tangipahoa Parish Narcotics Division and the Tri Parish Narcotics Task Force arrested three people at the result of an on-going Methamphetamine Investigation.
In the morning hours of May 3rd, agents executed the search of a small camper trailer located at the intersection of Graham Road and Highway 16 in Amite. Agents located 4 one pot and shake and bake methamphetamine labs along with the precursors used to manufacture methamphetamine. 3 labs were concealed inside of an abandoned oven located outside of the residence, and one was located in the oven inside of the residence. Methamphetamines were also located in numerous concealed areas of the residence.
Agents arrested David Selders of Roseland, Michael Todd Pope of Amite and Jamie Dalen of Amite, La. Selders was charged with operation, creation, and possession of a methamphetamine clandestine lab. Dalen and Pope were charged with four counts of manufacturing methamphetamine and possession of methamphetamine.