Police charge woman with child endangering after mobile meth lab found
(Source: Hamilton County Justice Center)
ANDERSON TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) -
A woman was arrested in Hamilton County for having remnants of a meth lab and for child endangerment on Saturday.
According to a press release, a deputy pulled over a vehicle for having a cracked windshield in front of the CVS at 7500 Beechmont Avenue.
The driver, Jaclyn Lauwerier was found to have four open warrants from Clermont County and one capias out of Hamilton County. During the inventory of the vehicle the deputy located several items from the trunk used to manufacture methamphetamine.
Lauwerier's 5-year-old son was found sitting in the back seat unrestrained. A second passenger, Heather Lantham was taken into custody and charged with drug paraphernalia.
Lauwerier was arrested and charged with having a cracked windshield, failure to display driver's license, child endangering, drug paraphernalia and illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacturing of drugs.
Lauwerier is being held in the Hamilton County Justice Center.