Actually Elizabeth Alisha Halfmoon wasn't successful in setting up the lab. She admitted that she wasn't very good at making meth. She forgot the cough medicine part. Security cameras caught her in a Walmart going from shelf to shelf collecting the ingredients and then trying to put them together to make meth.
Meet Ashley Marie Brooker and Nicholas Thomas Doyle. The Phantom Finger Meth Heads. Pretty funny story really. Funny in that there was no missing finger but that is what got them busted in the first place.
A Stillwater couple was arrested for possession of methamphetamine last week after a 22-year-old woman was seen frantically searching a vehicle for her boyfriend's "missing finger."
Ashley Marie Brooker and Nicholas Thomas Doyle, 25, both of Stillwater, were each arrested for felony fifth-degree possession of a controlled substance Nov. 20 after Stillwater Police found methamphetamine and syringes in their vehicle which was, at the time of arrest, parked outside the emergency room of Lakeview Hospital.
Stillwater police responded to the hospital parking lot after an emergency medical technician (EMT) reported seeing an "extremely agitated" woman flailing her arms.
When approached by the EMT, Brooker said she was looking for a finger as she frantically searched the passenger's side of the vehicle.
The EMT noticed what was described in the complaint as "severe pock marks, scarring and scabs on the woman's face" and believed her behavior to be consistent with methamphetamine use. The EMT then called police.
Responding officers questioned Brooker and were told that her boyfriend, Doyle, severed a finger and that she believed it to be somewhere inside the vehicle.
Officers also noticed the cap to a hypodermic syringe on the driver's seat when Brooker got out of the car. She then admitted to having a syringe full of what was later found to be methamphetamine in the driver's console.
Meanwhile, a second responding officer located a man inside the hospital fitting the description of Doyle. When questioned by police, Doyle said he cut his finger but did not sever it.
See what living in a suspected meth house will do to you. Kimberly Gill was picked up in just such a house after a traffic stop let them to a house she shared with some other upstanding citizens. Inside they found suspected cocaine, meth, weed and assorted paraphernalia.
I look at pictures of myself from ten years ago and I'm no prize but I ain't that bad either. Living on the Lost Highway can be a harsh mistress.
Read the whole story at The Source.
Meet Heather Raybon. She loves her meth so much that it didn't bother her any when she blew up her face in 2004, she just kept on cooking. Police recently raided a trailer she was in and found found 13 grams of meth powder, 32 grams of meth oil and an active 'one pot' meth lab.
Updated: JERSEY CITY, N.J. – Former U.S. figure skating champion Nicole Bobek was ordered to spend five years on probation for her role in a New Jersey methamphetamine ring, a sentence that she said would give her a chance to get her life back on track.
Read more: Nicole Bobek gets probation for drug charge
Who says that Meth isn't a glamorous drug or leads to a glamorous lifestyle? Just check out the before and after photos of Nicole Bobeck. I particularly love the facial burns and scars associated with the meth. Very sexy. You can read the whole story about her Meth Drug Arrest. It's quite a good story.
You can also visit Nicole Bobek Facebook page, she has 17 photos from when she was still a human being. She hasn't updated it in a year. Busy I guess.