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4 accused of cooking meth in trailer where children live

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Zachary Johnson, 36 and Amanda Fears, 34, are charged with aggravated participation in meth manufacturing. Jeremy Jordan, 43, and Linda Sonsoucie, 63, are charged with unlawful procurement of meth precursors. Zachary Johnson, 36 and Amanda Fears, 34, are charged with aggravated participation in meth manufacturing. Jeremy Jordan, 43, and Linda Sonsoucie, 63, are charged with unlawful procurement of meth precursors.
Linda Sonsoucie, 63, is charged with unlawful procurement of meth precursors. Linda Sonsoucie, 63, is charged with unlawful procurement of meth precursors.
Jeremy Jordan, 43, is charged with unlawful procurement of meth precursors. Jeremy Jordan, 43, is charged with unlawful procurement of meth precursors.
Amanda Fears, 34, is charged with aggravated participation in meth manufacturing Amanda Fears, 34, is charged with aggravated participation in meth manufacturing
Zachary Johnson, 36, is charged with aggravated participation in meth manufacturing. Zachary Johnson, 36, is charged with aggravated participation in meth manufacturing.
O'FALLON, Ill. (KMOV.com) -

Four St. Clair County residents are accused of cooking meth in an O'Fallon trailer where three children live.

Zachary Johnson, 36 and Amanda Fears, 34, are charged with aggravated participation in meth manufacturing. Jeremy Jordan, 43, and Linda Sonsoucie, 63, are charged with unlawful procurement of meth precursors.

Authorities allege the four were cooking meth at a trailer at the Castle Acres mobile home park in the 1700 block of West Hwy 50. Police said they searched the trailer and found material and equipment for making meth.

All three children were found playing at the trailer park and were taken to a hospital as a precaution because authorities found volatile chemicals inside the trailer. The children have been placed in state custody.

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