Five people have been arrested in connection with a mobile meth lab in Coffee County. Twenty-four-year-old Beau Nobles, 25-year-old Candy Carnley and 26-year-old Hannah Stanley have each been charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. Authorities also arrested Timothy Grayson of Opp, who they say had a meth lab in the backseat of his pick-up truck. Another Opp resident, Marshall Gwaltney, was also charged. Working on a tip, the Coffee County drug task force had put the truck under surveillance. Anyone with information on other meth labs in coffee county is asked to call the drug task force at 334- 894-5535, extension 229.
I've also seen meth cooking mentioned in weblogs by people who (otherwise) seemed smart enough. What losers. WTVY also mentioned another very interesting fact: Methamphetamine use doubled among high school seniors between 1990 and 1996.