Iowa Man, Woman Accused Of Making Meth In Camper
DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) — A man and woman in eastern Iowa have been accused of creating methamphetamine in a camper.
The Scott County Sheriff's Office seized meth manufacturing items Wednesday from a vehicle parked near the home of 31-year-old Atlinner Moore-Louis and 37-year-old Eric See in rural Davenport.
Arrest affidavits say the items included hydrochloric gas generators and two vessels of meth sludge. Investigators also say the couple each purchased over-the-counter medicine commonly used to make meth.
The Quad-City Times reports Moore-Louis and See are charged with manufacturing methamphetamine. They remain at the Scott County Jail. Court records do not list attorneys.
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