Six arrested during meth lab search
Wednesday, July 08, 2009 at 5:11 p.m.Osage County Sheriff’s Office arrested six at an Osage County home suspected of meth production.
John A. Louderback, 53, who is the owner of the property, was taken into custody. Also taken into custody was Jonathan S. Quick, 21, of Owensville, Brock E. Maggart, 33, of Bland, Heather R. Kibbe, 28, of Chamois, Jennifer R. Kingsley, 24 of Bland, and Bethany N. Wilson, 19, of Bland.
Officers found every component used in the manufacture of methamphetamine including a large amount of pseudoephedrine, and several tanks containing anhydrous ammonia. Officers also found eveidence of a second meth lab in a truck on the property.
Warrants were issued for Louderback and Quick and are being held in the Osage County Jail with a bond of $75,000 each. The other four suspects were released pending charges.
My brother. We've been "estranged" a while. He was still on probation and probably has 3 or 4 more years to serve on that. After the new trial, we'll have to see how many years he gets. <sigh> He may not be up for parole in my lifetime. </sigh> It's not like he would welcome a visit from me anyway.
On top of all else, I am not feeling well. Been to the doctor and got no help. Sis is in just as bad shape. Had an ultrasound of her innards today and will have a CAT scan tomorrow or the next day. Don't know what they are looking for but she has been miserable in the bathroom for two weeks. Let's leave it at that and not go into the details of diarrhea, constipation, and bloody stool.
I have located doctors in St. Louis. I will visit them in August some time. At least I think so, we are still working out appointments.
I just don't feel like writing any more. Maybe I'll have something tomorrow.