FAIRBANKS (AP) Four Fairbanks residents are charged in connection with a suspected methamphetamine lab found at a mobile home.
Drug investigators found Monday what is believed to be a small boxed meth lab in the back room of the trailer, said Alaska State Trooper Sgt. Ron Wall. He said investigators were unable to determine the last time the lab was used to cook the highly addictive drug.
Fred W. Renfro Jr., 34, Sosana A. Delon, 28, and J. Lee Way, 38, were charged with fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance when investigators allegedly found them in possession of meth.
A fourth man, Keith Hering, was charged with probation violation but could also face drug charges in connection with the suspected lab.
Delon and Renfro were being held at Fairbanks Correctional Center on $500 cash-only bail and third-party custody, while Way posted bail and was released by Tuesday afternoon. Hering is being held without bail.
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