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Red Oak citizens arrested in Lancaster for amphetamine lab

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JOEY DAUBEN
The Ellis County Press
LANCASTER - Two residents from Red Oak were arrested and charged with manufacturing a controlled substance Sunday, Dec. 9.

Ronald Cody, 48, and Vanessa Bean, 39, were arrested at about 7 p.m. at the Royal Inn Motel, located at 1750 N. Beckley Rd.

According to Lancaster police, the department received a tip from a Lancaster resident from a room at the motel.

Both Lancaster police and agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration's Clandestine Lab Unit entered a second-floor room.

According to reports, officers found lab equipment and chemicals that were used to make the illegal drugs.

The discovery of the equipment led officials to a second room, where they found $3,000 worth of amphetamine, two pistols, and computers used to make fake driver's licenses and insurance cards.

Police said other charges could be filed against the two suspects.

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