October 22, 2014

Florida: Couple Accused of Manufacturing Meth on Grounds of a Sarasota County Library Branch

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From WFLA:

Sarasota police have arrested a homeless couple for allegedly making meth on the grounds of the Jacaranda Public Library.

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The couple, 28-year-old Raymond King and 23-year-old Tiffany Stolz, had material commonly used for cooking meth in their possession. Found next to the wall of the library, police found bottles of Coleman Fuel, lithium batteries, tubing, and several bottles of unknown liquids.

WFLA reports that King had been living outside the library and manufacturing meth for about one month.

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King and Stoltz were each being held at the Sarasota County jail on bonds totaling $15,000.

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