Brothers busted in traveling meth lab

| Monday, October 21, 2002

Two Missouri brothers face drug charges after deputies discovered a methamphetamine lab in a tractor-trailer stopped Oct. 16 on I-75 near Valdosta, GA. Deputies allegedly pulled over the rig because of missing rear mud flaps and reflective strips.

WXIA-TV in Atlanta reports officers also found more than a pound of psilocybin mushrooms, a marijuana pipe and a syringe filled with methamphetamines in the truck driven by James Roy Carroll of Osceola, MO. Carroll and his brother, Bobby Eugene Carroll, also of Osceola, MO, face several drug-related charges.

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