Inglis Police Officer Tim Rogers made a traffic stop for a seat belt violation on Sunday afternoon that was anything but routine to most folks.
A car he stopped for a seat belt violation turned out to be a rolling meth lab — from pill grinder to a batch cooking in a laundry basket on top of the car’s fuel tank.
“There was an active cook taking place,” Rogers said in a phone interview on Tuesday.
The vehicle was also pulled in next to the gas pumps at the Kangaroo on U.S. Highway 19.
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