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Meth lab found inside Russellville motel room

RUSSELLVILLE, AL - Officers looking for a possible kidnapped victim found the people they were looking for as well as active meth labs inside a Shoals motel room.

Russellville Police Investigators said officers responding to a tip from Jefferson County, found the active lab at the Greenwood Inn, on U.S. 43, Sunday.

39-year-old Bennie Joe Tittle Jr. of Haleyville, and 40-year-old Amanda Perkins McAnally of Pinson are charged with first-degree manufacturing a controlled substance.

Police said McAnally was supposed to have been held against her will by Tittle. However, officers found that was not the case.

Officers found one active one-pot lab inside the bathroom at the motel room and saw ingredients that indicated there may have been other meth labs.

Tittle and McAnally are being held in the Russellville City Jail without bail.

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