Possible mobile meth lab in Lamar County traffic accident

 

BURNSVILLE, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Lamar County Sheriff’s Office made two arrests after a hazardous material was found in a car that was involved in a single car accident.

Jeremy Fulham, charged with manufacturing methamphetamine

Jeremy Fulham, charged with manufacturing methamphetamine

FORT VALLEY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - Fort Valley police are looking for a suspect they say could be responsible for a shooting that happened on Sunday. 

Officers say 29-year-old Matthew McGowan is wanted for aggravated assault. 

Police sent a news release saying 35-year-old Qwinder Trice was shot in the leg and taken to the Medical Center of Central Georgia. 

She's currently listed in stable condition. 

Anyone with information on McGowan's whereabouts is urged to call the Fort Valley Police Department that number is 478-825-3384.
Dustin McMillan, charged with manufacturing methamphetamine

Dustin McMillan, charged with manufacturing methamphetamine

According to a news release, the accident happened around 6:25 a.m. Deputies say a car was traveling southbound on I-75, when the driver lost control hit a guardrail and came to a stop in the north bound lane.

The driver and passenger were checked out by emergency personnel. While deputies were investigating the scene they found hazardous material in the car that raised suspicions of a mobile meth lab.

The GBI HAZMAT and EOD were called to the scene and the area was placed under quarantine.

Deputies arrested Jeremy Fulgham and Dustin McMillan. They are both charged with manufacturing methamphetamine.

The accident is still under investigation.

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