Bartlesville Officer Calls Bust 'Largest Meth Lab' He's Ever Seen
BARTLESVILLE, Oklahoma - A Bartlesville couple was arrested after law enforcement searched their home on Monday and reportedly found a big meth lab operation.
In an affidavit, Bartlesville police said officers served a search warrant at the home in the 100 block of South Comanche and then arrested Steven Conditt, 42, and Dawn Cole, 28.
Once inside, officers found a total of 66 2-liter type bottles" containing methamphetamine lab remnants, documents say. One officer described the chemicals and related items found in the home as one of the largest meth labs he had ever seen.
When police asked who cooks the meth, Steven Conditt told officers, "we both do."
Prosecutors charged Steven Conditt and Dawn Cole with aggravated manufacture of controlled and dangerous substance with intent to manufacture. In addition, Cole was charged with maintaining a place for keeping a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.
During a court hearing, a Washington County judge ordered Conditt held on $150,000 bond and Cole on a $100,000 bond.