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Meth lab found in Hartselle home

By Staff
Public complaints led police to uncover a methamphetamine lab in Hartselle, leading to the arrest of two women.
Officers with the Priceville Police Department had received complaints of a possible methamphetamines lab at 54 Tall Pines Road. At the scene, Morgan County Sheriff’s Deputies and officers noticed an odor associated with methamphetamines and a lab was found at the house.
Arrested at the scene were Sherry Borden of 54 Tall Pines Road. She is charged with manufacture of a controlled substance. She is being held in the Morgan County Jail on $10,000 bond.
Also arrested was Christina Wright, 23. She is charged with loitering and was taken to the Morgan County Jail on $300 bond. Officials said more arrests are expected in the case.

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