TULSA, OK -- Five people were arrested at a "shake and bake" meth lab Wednesday morning in north Tulsa. The Tulsa County Drug Task Force served a search warrant at about 8 a.m. to a residence in the 1100 block of East 59th Place North, according to a Tulsa County Sheriff's Department arrest report.
Task Force officers found five adults and three meth labs on the property. An active meth lab was found in the garage and another in a trailer where two of the suspects were sleeping.
Arrested were Broadus Lane Oxford, 46; William Franklin Oxford, 44; Billy S. Hamblin, 29; Christopher Jason Turley, 35; and Kimberly Ann Franks (also known as Kimberly Turley), 38 were booked on complaints of felony manufacturing of methamphetamines.
William Oxford told police that he does a shake and bake process, and that he was gassing when the officers arrived, the report states.
Broadus Oxford is listed as residing at the address on East 59th Place North; the other arrestees are listed at other Tulsa addresses.
Officers found substances including Coleman fuel, Drano and other chemicals used in the production of methamphetamine.