GATTMAN – Three people were arrested for a meth lab in Gattman.
According to Monroe County Sheriff Andy Hood, on Monday 11, deputies from the Sheriff’s Department and agents with the North Mississippi Narcotics Unit received a felony arrest warrant for possession of precursors from Lamar County, Alabama, for Loyd A. Threadgill, 45, of 50088 Priestville Road, Gattman.
Officers went to Threadgill’s home to execute the warrant. While at the residence, agents found a meth lab and precursors used to manufacture crystal methamphetamine. Threadgill will be extradited back to Alabama following his posting of bond.
Also charged were Norma Lee Rogers, 36, of 570 Hwy 278, Sulligent, Alabama. She was charged with possession of precursors with intent to manufacture. And Roger Dewayne Weeks, 42, 4749 Mulberry Road, Sulligent, Alabama, was charged with possession of precursors with intent to manufacture.
Bond had not been set yet on the three.