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|Alleged Meth Lab Discovered In Monmouth
|Five Monmouth residents are facing felony drug charges after police allegedly found a Methaphetamine lab inside a residence.
Warren County State's Attorney Chip Algren says a Warren County Deputy was serving papers to 37-year old Holly Hendrickson Friday night at her residence in the 400-hundred block of North E Street, when the deputy saw another individual in the residence, 37-year old George Jackson, who was wanted on a Knox County arrest warrant. While taking Jackson into custody, the deputy allegedly saw a meth lab inside of the residence. A search warrant was issued and all adults on the scene were arrested. Three individuals, 33-year old Heather Jackson, 32-year old Bradley Davis, and 34-year old Daniel Braun, who were on the scene, were found to be living inside of the E Street residence along with four children ages 2 to 14 years old.
George and Heather Jackson are the parents of three of the children and Hendrickson was the mother of the two year old. The children were turned over to relatives and the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services was notified.
Hendrickson, Braun, Davis and both Jacksons were charged with a Class-X felony of Aggravated Participation in Meth Manufacturing which carries a possible prison term of 6 to 30 years in jail. They have also been charged with Participation in Meth Manufacturing which carries a prison term of 4 to 15 years behind bars.
Bond was set Sunday at $50,000 for each of the arrested, and they will be in front of a judge Tuesday in Warren County Court.
|06 15 09 by Newsroom
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