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Police Bust a Mobile Meth Lab

BENTONVILLE, AR-- Police said they found the components of a "shake & bake" meth lab inside a car during a traffic stop.
BENTONVILLE, AR--  Police said they found the components of a "shake & bake" meth lab inside a car during a traffic stop.

Officers pulled Randy Clark, 38, of Centerton and Micheal Starkey, 34, of Concord, Oklahoma over around 8:30 Monday evening.  They discovered Starkey had an outstanding arrest warrant out of Siloam Springs and arrested Clark for driving on a suspended driver’s license and drunk driving.

After their arrests, officers found chemicals and items commonly used to make "one pot" meth, including a plastic 20oz soda bottle containing what was suspected to be chemicals commonly used to manufacture methamphetamine, according to reports.

Starkey and Clark face charges of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia with Intent to Manufacture Methamphetamine in addition to the other charges.
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