Couple busted for meth lab while children in house -

Couple busted for meth lab while children in house

(KMOV) -- A Mt. Olive, Ill., couple were arrested for having a meth lab on their property Thursday.

Macoupin County Police said 36-year-old William Ray Werner, 34-year-old Allison M. Werner and 31-year-old Michael Satterlee were arrested for methamphetamine possession in a meth lab bust.

Police responded to a domestic dispute in the 150 block of Oak Creek Trail at about 5:49 a.m. and William Werner fled from the scene on foot. Police found evidence of methamphetamine production and several active meth labs during a search of the property. They also found a large quantity of cannabis.

Werner was found walking northeast of the residence hours later.

Two children were at the house at the time and because of the hazardous conditions meth production creates, the Department of Children and Family Services was notified.

William and Allison Werner, who are married, were charged with four felonies for meth production, meth possession and marijuana possession. Satterlee, who lives in Wilsonville, Ill., was charged only with meth possession.

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