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Two Arrested In Meth Lab Investigation [GALLERY]

By: Leon County Sheriff's Office; julie.montanaro@wctv.tv Email
By: Leon County Sheriff's Office; julie.montanaro@wctv.tv Email

UPDATED
By Julie Montanaro
October 8, 2013

Two men are under arrest and accused of running a meth lab out of a home in Woodville.

Leon County deputies went to a home on Woodville Highway looking for a stolen truck Monday. When they got there smelled the distinct smell of meth.

Deputies say inside they found some meth in the making in plastic bottles as well as chemicals to make more.

"We didn't find any finished product," SGT Wiley Meggs said. "We did find some of the oils and things like that. I really don't know how much they were producing in the lab, but there was enough to make meth by two different methods."

John Bodiford and Emory Williams were both arrested. Deputies say Bodiford was accused of trafficking in meth and Williams was accused of having the chemicals needed to make it.


Press Release: Leon County Sheriff's Office

On October 7, 2013, Detectives with the Leon County Sheriff’s Office responded to 10096 Woodville Highway looking for a stolen vehicle. Upon their arrival, the Detectives located the stolen vehicle.

They also noticed a strong chemical smell associated with the production of Methamphetamine coming from the residence. The Detectives contacted the persons inside the residence and detained them. LCSO Vice Detectives were notified and responded to the scene.

After securing a search warrant for the residence, Detectives seized a clandestine Methamphetamine laboratory from inside the residence along with several listed precursor chemicals and a firearm.

After interviewing everyone present, Detectives confirmed that 18 year old John L. Bodiford and Emory D. Williams, 38, had been producing the Methamphetamine.

In addition to Bodiford and Williams being at the residence when Detectives arrived, two other adults and one juvenile were present.

The juvenile was found to be in possession of a firearm when contacted. Detectives later learned that Bodiford had given the firearm to the juvenile when they arrived.

Bodiford and Williams were taken to the Leon County Jail. The property crimes investigations are continuing and additional arrests are likely.

ARRESTED

John L. Bodiford
18 years old
Charges:Trafficking in Methamphetamine, Possession of Controlled Substance without a Prescription, Possession of Listed Chemicals, Maintaining a Drug House, Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Emory D. Williams
38 years old
Charges: Possession of Controlled Substance without a Prescription, Possession of Listed Chemicals, Maintaining a Drug House and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia


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