Three Tulsa Police Officers Treated After Meth Lab Bust
TULSA, OK -- Three Tulsa police officers were treated at a Tulsa hospital after they discovered a working meth lab in an apartment Monday night.
Police said the officers were assisting a Tulsa Fire Marshal on a wanted suspect call in the 6200 block of East Archer. The officers knocked on the door to the apartment and when someone inside opened the door, officers discovered the meth lab.
Officers said the smell of the meth lab caused them to go to the hospital for treatment.
Jeremy Hill, 35, and 38-year-old Candy Looney were arrested on complaints of having a meth lab and child endangerment. Officers said a 13-year-old at the residence was taken into police custody.
Officials were called to the scene to recover the meth lab evidence and the officers were treated and released from the hospital.