Wed, Jan 9, 2013
According to reports from the sheriff’s office, deputies received information on Tuesday that Sampson Lee Doyle, 36, of 749 La. Hwy 113 West in Glenmora, was making methamphetamine at his home.
Deputies say when they arrived, they found Doyle and Kaci Herron, 20, of 574 East River Rd. in Glenmora, and a constructed meth lab just outside the front door of the house.
Investigators say Doyle admitted using methamphetamine and told deputies he had a meth pipe in his room. Deputies seized the meth pipe as evidence, and they say the lab was inactive, but was recently used for the “One Pot” or “Shake and Bake” method commonly seen in our area.
Doyle and Herron were each booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center and later released on $12,750 bonds.