Posted: Apr 30, 2012 9:54 AM by AP
SULPHUR, La. (AP) - Four people face charges following a raid on a suspected methamphetamine laboratory in Sulphur.
The American Press reports 38-year-old Jason "Cory" Ardoin, 33-year-old Raquel Renee Chaline, 51-year-old Lance Dunagan and 47-year-old Michelle Dunagan were arrested and charged with attempt and conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine.
State police Sgt. James Anderson said police received consent to search a house Thursday and found preparations being made to make the drug. Anderson said the four also are accused of actively recruiting people to purchase pseudoephedrine - a key substance in making meth found in over-the-counter drugs.
It couldn't be determine if the four had attorneys.