Two arrested after meth lab reportedly found in home where small child living
BY KENDRICK MARSHALL World Staff Writer
Sunday, November 25, 2012
Two Tulsa men were arrested Sunday on allegations they were operating a meth lab inside a home where a small child was living.
Jordan Cluff, 30, and Clayton Waldon, 43, were taken into custody at a home in the 1200 block of South Quaker Avenue.
They were each arrested on child endangerment, manufacturing a controlled dangerous substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled dangerous substance complaints, jail records show.
Tulsa County sheriff's deputies stopped a woman coming from the home about 2 a.m. Sunday and informed her that they had information a meth lab was there, according to an arrest report.
The woman told authorities she had no knowledge one existed, the report said.
During a search of the home, deputies discovered an active meth lab in the basement, the report said.
When asked about the presence of narcotics and other equipment, Cluff told authorities, "it's mine, she had no knowledge of it," the report said.
Waldon is alleged to have told the deputies that he "will take the blame for it all," the report noted.
After the meth lab was dismantled, investigators found what appeared to be a 1-year-old boy sleeping in a bedroom, according to the report.
Cluff and Waldon remained in the Tulsa Jail Sunday.