(KMOV)—Seven people from Washington, Missouri have been arrested on Tuesday after allegedly making methamphetamine near a police station.
According to reports, three women and four men were arrested after a police officer noticed a strong chemical smell late Friday coming from a building less than a block away from the station. The smell was then traced to an apartment building where the seven suspects were inside.
Police say the suspects: Danielle Banion, Felicia Dobbs, Kimberly Kammer, Joseph Temares, Andrew Marcotte, Michael Oliver, and Zachary Kammer were boiling the dangerous drug mixture on the apartment roof.
Bond was set between $25,000 and $100,000 for each suspect.