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On Saturday afternoon, April 6th, my car stopped on the service drive in front of Schnuck’s on North Green River Rd.. My car quit, sitting partially in the drive that comes in from Green River Rd. and real close to the entrance of Sonic Drive In. Traffic was going every which way and I could not move my car. I called 911 and asked for help to direct traffic around me as I really was afraid of being hit. The lady told me they would send a car. In the meantime I am trying to get ahold of AAA to tow me.
Life on the Beat - Meth Lab
Officers Jonathan Helm & Brent Lloyd—Officers Helm and Lloyd responded to an extra patrol at 1750 Hicks Drive in reference to sub-jects at that location preparing to make meth. Officers arrived and were familiar with the residence and while walking down the drive-way detected a chemical odor coming from the garage. Officers went to the garage and located 3 subjects inside actively manufacturing meth . One of the subjects advised that the one pot labs had not been burped and were volatile.