Fowler raid nets three arrests on drug charges

Posted: Sep. 6, 2012 11:37 am Updated: Oct. 4, 2012 12:15 pm


FOWLER, Ill. -- A rural Fowler resident and two Quincy residents are lodged in the Adams County Jail facing meth charges after police served a search warrant at a residence at 1719 E. 1332nd St., north of Ill. 104 in Gilmer Township.

Police report an active shake and bake methamphetamine laboratory, pseudoephedrine and numerous pounds of meth production waste were found Wednesday afternoon by members of the West Central Illinois Task Force and the Adams County Sheriff's Department when they conducted a search warrant of the residence.

Timothy N. Woodvine, 32, of 1719 E. 1322nd St., Fowler, was arrested at the time of the search. Molly S. Rost, 32, and Adam W. Fox, 21, both of 1129 N. 15th in Quincy, were arrested later. Each face a charge of unlawful participation in methamphetamine production.

The Illinois State Police Meth Response Team was called in to clean up the meth lab.




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