Tulsa police arrest 4 after meth lab found near school


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David Westerfield
David Westerfield
Updated: 4/25/2013 10:47 am Published: 4/25/2013 10:45 am


Tulsa police arrested four people after finding a meth lab near an elementary school.

Police arrested David Earl Westerfield, Eric Mitchell, Jeremy Meek and Jamie Lynn Dotson on Wednesday morning after a meth lab was found near Kendall Whittier elementary.

A records search showed all four suspects had a criminal past. Neighbors called police and reported a weird smell from a unit at the Velda Rose Apartments. Hazmat cleaned up the meth making materials.


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billw001 - 4/25/2013 11:37 AM
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Just 4 low life's trying to make a buck at other's expense...
 
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