News Release: Tallahassee Police Department
At approximately at 4:00pm, TPD Patrol officers went to 445 Appleyard Drive to check on the welfare of one of the residents.
Once on scene, officers located several suspicious items inside the apartment that could be associated with the manufacture of methamphetamine.
In an abundance of caution, The Tallahassee Fire Department's Hazardous Materials Team was called to secure the items and have a contracted outside agency dispose of them properly.
The items found were consistent with those materials used to manufacture methamphetamine.
Emergency crews evacuated an adjoining apartment unit during the incident and no injuries were reported at the scene.
During the investigation, TPD arrested a male, 22-year-old Cody Anderson, who had outstanding warrants for drug related charges.
Mr. Anderson happened to be inside the apartment and is not being charged in connection with the manufacture of methamphetamine, only his outstanding warrants listed in the attached report. The investigation into the methamphetamine is on-going.
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