Rolling meth lab discovered after vehicle catches fire

Monday, August 20, 2012 - 4:16pm

Bossier City police arrested a man last week in connection with a rolling meth lab after the fire department was called to a vehicle fire last Thursday in the parking lot of the Orchard Apartments in the 4800 block of Shed Road.

Officers arrested Christopher Adam Anderson, 26, of Doyline on charges of creation of a clandestine lab.

Bossier City Fire Department personnel were called to the parking lot Thursday afternoon in reference to a vehicle fire. Once the fire was out emergency personnel observed what they believe were components of a meth lab inside the vehicle. Narcotics agents then responded to the scene to investigate.

As a result of witnesses statements and evidence found at and near the scene, agents subsequently arrested Anderson on the listed charge. It’s believed the fire started as a result of an adverse chemical reaction caused by Anderson’s attempt to make methamphetamine and leaving the mixture in the vehicle. There were no reported injuries from the fire.

Anderson was booked into the Bossier City Jail and later transferred to the Bossier Maximum Security Facility.


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