Two in jail after allegedly making meth in vacant home
BY JARREL WADE World Staff Writer
Tuesday, January 04, 2011
12/22/11 at 7:43 AM
Neighbors alerted police early Tuesday morning to a home that was supposed to be vacant but instead had two men inside allegedly making meth, police said.
Kenji Haynes, 30, and Josha Southard, 24, were arrested in the 100 block of North College Avenue and booked into the Tulsa Jail, each with felony counts of manufacturing of a controlled substance and second-degree burglary, according to jail records.
The homeowner told police no one was supposed to be in the home, police said.
Utilities were turned off, and the two men reportedly were using a gas generator inside the home, police said.
Police surrounded the home shortly after midnight and detained the suspects, police reported.
During a protective sweep, police reported they saw meth-making materials in plain sight.
The materials included acids, pseudoephedrine and a "shake and bake" lab, police said.