Suspects charged after "one-pot" meth labs found in Loudon Co.

Suspects charged after "one-pot" meth labs found at Loudon Co. home

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Steven James Bowers (source: Loudon County Sheriff's Office) Steven James Bowers (source: Loudon County Sheriff's Office)
Monica Renee McCulloch (source: Loudon County Sheriff's Office) Monica Renee McCulloch (source: Loudon County Sheriff's Office)

LENOIR CITY (WATE) - A brother and sister duo have been formally charged after several "one-pot" meth labs were found in their Lenoir City home Sunday.

Steven James Bowers, 22, and Monica Renee McCulloch, 29, were arrested at their 309 Abbott Road home.

Officers were there to serve a warrant to McCulloch for violation of probation when they found what was believed to be a bottle used in the manufacture of methamphetamine.

After escorting the residents from the home, investigators found 12 additional meth labs in the home.

The Tennessee Meth Task Force was called to the residence to assist with the cleanup operation.

Bowers and McCulloch were also charged with elder abuse, because their mother, who also lives at the house, is disabled.

An arrest warrant accuses the two of knowingly and willfully allowing their mother to be exposed to fumes and chemicals from the meth manufacturing process.

 

 

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