Grayson County Sheriff’s Deputy Jarred Mudd responded to the call with Trooper Henderson. The men ended up at the end of Cemetery Road where they found seven one-step, also called shake and bake, meth labs. Henderson said it appeared that someone may have been planning to revisit the scene. He said they also found a backpack and bag at the scene which held some names that are being investigated at this time.
While the officers where cleaning up the area, two persons pulled into the area and after being questioned claimed to be in the area to visit the cemetery. Deputy Mudd arrested one of the persons on a warrant the sheriff’s department had to serve.
Henderson said he cleaned up the labs by over packing them and disposing of them in a hazardous material container at the state police post.
The situation is under investigation at this time.