Woman arrested for cooking meth at local Walmart caught again

Woman arrested for cooking meth at local Walmart caught again

Jennifer Culp was arrested in south St. Louis County for possession of meth-making material.

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by KMOV.com staff

KMOV.com

Posted on June 19, 2012 at 11:08 AM

Updated Tuesday, Jun 19 at 4:25 PM

6100 block of Telegraph Rd St Louis, MO 63129

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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. (KMOV.com) – A woman was arrested for allegedly possessing meth-making materials at a south St. Louis County gas station Monday night, just two weeks after she was accused of bringing a mobile meth lab into a nearby Walmart.

Police said Jennifer Culp, 32, from Arnold, was arrested at the UGAS station in the 6100 block of Telegraph Road around 9:30 p.m. Monday.  According to reports, Culp was in possession of a “shake and bake” meth lab. 

Authorities say “shake and bake” meth is made by combining chemicals in a plastic bottle, then shaking them up to mix them.

St. Louis County Police took her into custody.  She is being held pending formal charges.

Culp was arrested in a similar scenario on June 7.  A Walmart in south St. Louis County had to be evacuated after officers allegedly found a suspicious bottle in Culp’s purse.  Culp was initially approached on suspicion of shoplifting, but officers later found a bottle inside her purse with a substance bubbling inside.

Authorities later determined that Culp was making meth using the “shake and bake” method.  Other meth-making materials were later found in her vehicle.

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