TULSA, Oklahoma – A domestic dispute turned into a meth lab bust for Tulsa Police early Sunday morning.
Police were called to the 700 block of North Atlanta after a caller told officers a woman had run out of the house and yelled for police. The caller said a man came out and dragged the woman back inside.
According to the police report, the man, identified as Nathaniel Parson, refused to let officers inside the house. The report said Parson was "extremely nervous" and "had blood on his hands."
Officers detained Parson, 28, and went inside the house.
Officers found the woman hiding in a bedroom with her three children. According to the police report, the woman told officers she was told to "shut up and stay in the room."
While inside, officers also found several one-pot meth labs in a bedroom.
Police arrested Parson. He was booked into the Tulsa County jail on one complaint of domestic violence and one complaint of manufacturing a controlled drug in the presence of a minor.
The three children were taken into protective custody.