Two Acadiana Women Arrested After In-Active Meth Lab Found In Their Car
Scott Police were called out to the Piggly Wiggly store on Friday by officers of Louisiana Probation and Parole to assist in the arrest a Church Point woman.
Probation and Parole officials found out that Kelsey Mire was meeting her mother at the store, and Mire has been wanted by police since she violated her parole in July of last year.
Mire was arrested, and police searched the car she was in.
Police called in HazMat and the Scott Fire Department after a meth lab was found in a blue cloth bag. It was deemed safe. Mire was then arrested on those charges.
Lauren Thibodeaux of Rayne, who was also in the car was charged with the following:
- Principal to create/operate a clandestine laboratory
- Drug Paraphernalia
- Possession of Schedule II (Methamphetamine)