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Meth lab bust on Elm

Meth lab bust on Elm

1 year ago by Bob Gough

One arrest made, another is pending


A Monday afternoon search warrant resulted in the seizure of a methamphetamine laboratory at 225 Elm Street in Quincy.

The West Central Illinois Task Force,  Adams County Sheriffs Office, and the Illinois State Police Methamphetamine Response Team served the warrant around 5:00 p.m.

Resident Bruce T. Sohn, age 42 was not in the home at the time of the service, but was located a few hours later.  Sohn was arrested on the
charge of Unlawful Participation in Methamphetamine Production and Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine.

Seized during the incident was methamphetamine manufacturing materials, production equipment, methamphetamine waste, finished methamphetamine, cannabis, and drug paraphernalia.  Sohn was transported to the Adams County Jail were he remains lodged.  Task Force Officials report the investigation is on going and an additional arrest is expected in the case.


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Bob Gough 2 hours, 5 minutes ago

@keithcleer HAHAHA!
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Sheriff reveals attempted jailbreak - Three men tried to escape Sunday http://t.co/zh0b95aGYR
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Bob Gough 3 hours, 10 minutes ago

@KeeneMLB Me too.
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aaaand...On cue, Cards fans bemoaning giving up Ramsey for Masterson. #goodlordpeople