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10/31/2012

Clandestine Lab
 Howard Boyd
Howard Boyd
Chad Harris
Chad Harris 
 Michelle Jacques
Michelle Jacques
Tammy Woodyard
Tammy Woodyard 

Stone County Sheriff’s Office
Press Release

 

On October 26, 2012 at roughly 2:30 am Stone County Deputy Jenkins was dispatched to suspicious vehicles on Everest Road. He arrived on scene and observed a white Pontiac Grand Prix and a silver Chevy Aveo sitting off the roadway on Everest Road.

Deputy Jenkins observed flashlights and tools inside the Grand Prix, sitting in plain view. While checking on the vehicles Deputy Jenkins could hear yelling and a loud noise coming from the residence of 783 Everest. Deputy Jenkins observed a light inside of the residence and believed the residence may be being burglarized. Deputy Jenkins called for backup and checked with a residence down the road that confirmed the vehicles were not supposed to be there, and there wasn’t anyone believed to be living in the residence where the light and noise came from.

Deputy Forrest arrived on scene and he and Deputy Jenkins approached the residence of 783 Everest Road. Deputy Forrest approached the backside of the residence and advised that there were two open doors on the back deck. As deputies walked up to the deck, towards the open doors they could smell strong chemical smell coming from inside the residence. All of the lights in the house were on except the two back bedrooms. Deputies entered into the living room area were able to see several items in plain view that were recognized to be used for the production of methamphetamine. Observed were funnels, hoses, Muriatic Acid, matches, and the allergy medication Sudafed. There were small clear baggies containing a crystal like substance. Deputies immediately secured the scene and contacted members of the Combined Ozark Multijurisdictional Enforcement Team or "COMET."

A COMET Officer arrived on scene and took custody of the scene. Deputies were informed by the COMET Officer that located inside the home during the execution of a search warrant were several drivers’ licenses. The driver’s licenses belonged to Michelle Jacques, Tammy Woodyard, Chad Harris and Howard Boyd.

Deputies searched the area, and investigated locations these subjects were known to frequent. During the weekend the following subjects were arrested in connection with this methamphetamine lab and charged with the following:

 

Howard J. Boyd        DOB:  12/91/1962 M W      Bond set at $50,000.00 cash or surety

Charged with:    CLASS C FELONY OF POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE        

 

Chad Harris   DOB:  04/17/1983 M W  Bond set at $50,000.00 cash or surety

Charged with:    CLASS C FELONY OF POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE    

 

Tammy G. Woodyard DOB:  08/19/1987 F W   Bond set at $50,000.00 cash or surety

Charged with:   CLASS C FELONY OF POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE    

 

Michelle Jacques DOB:  01/08/1979 F W   Bond set at $50,000.00 cash or surety

Charged with:   CLASS C FELONY OF POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE    

 

All subjects, excluding Tammy Woodyard remain in the custody of the Stone County Jail.

  

Richard L. Hill, Sheriff

Stone County

                  

 

 

 

                                                 

 

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