Father, son accused in meth lab business
Monday, September 24th 2001, 12:00 am
By: News On 6
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (AP) _ Authorities say a father-son team went into the wrong business.
Dewey Police arrested Thomas Lavon Fisher, 44, his son Matthew Thomas Fisher, 21, and a third man, Steven Eldridge Melonakis, 35, on complaints of running a rolling methamphetamine lab.
Dewey Police officer Tim Stringer said he noticed a vehicle without a visible license plate weaving slowly. Inside the vehicle, he found ingredients and containers for making methamphetamine, including several mason jars containing liquid, various knives and razor blades, plastic tubing, hoses, clamps and syringes.
The men were arraigned Thursday.