Tulsa woman accused of making meth in her home

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Stephanie Wallen
Stephanie Wallen
Updated: 6/05/2013 10:36 am Published: 6/05/2013 10:36 am

A Tulsa woman is accused of running a meth lab out of her home.

Tulsa police officers served at search warrant at Stephanie Wallen's home near 24th and Memorial and told FOX23 they found items used to make meth.

Police also say Wallen had four surveillance cameras set up around her home. Police believe she used the cameras to secure her meth operation.

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