Sheriff: Suspect found under bunk bed during meth bust

Published: Apr. 8, 2014 at 5:16 PM CDT|Updated: May. 6, 2014 at 5:16 PM CDT
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According to the Lawrence Co. Sheriff's Office, Dotson was found hiding under a bunk bed during...
According to the Lawrence Co. Sheriff's Office, Dotson was found hiding under a bunk bed during the bust.
All three suspects were taken to the Lawrence County Jail.
All three suspects were taken to the Lawrence County Jail.

LAWRENCE COUNTY, AL (WAFF) - Three people were arrested Monday on drug-related charges following a meth bust in Lawrence County.

Investigators found a one pot "shake and bake" meth lab during a search of a residence on Highway 101 in the Hatton community.

Agents arrested Jeffrey Lynn Dotson, 36, Ashley Nicole Berryman, 29, and Angela Berryman Hill, 37, all of Town Creek.

According to the Lawrence County Sheriff's Office, one of the suspects, Dotson, was found hiding under a child's bunk bed during the bust. While processing the scene, agents said he attempted to flee the scene but was quickly caught and taken into custody.

All three suspects were booked into Lawrence County Jail.

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