In October, Glenn Reese was arrested at that same Walmart with a backpack containing what police called an active meth lab. Drainage ditches and tunnels in that area have been a common place for meth making and using, according to Tulsa police.
Tulsa police arrest a woman for mixing chemicals to make meth inside a south Tulsa Walmart on Thursday.
Elizabeth Alisha Greta Halfmoon, 45, also known to go by Alisha Halfmoon, was arrested for endeavoring to manufacture meth at the 81st and Lewis store.
Police say surveillance video shows Halfmoon had been in the store since noon. Six hours later security noticed she was acting suspicious, so they called Tulsa police.
Do we not play Tulsa in the first game next year? Check those backpacks. Watch out at the Ames Wal Mart for suspicious activity.
Last edited by Wesley; 12-11-2011 at 11:47 AM.
Looking forward to CFH magic for the next bball season, Georges style.
I'm sure Tulsa isn't as bad as Iowa when it comes to Meth. Iowa is the Meth capital of the country.
You'd be surprised. The part of town just north of that store isn't even the worst part of town. Gimme a few minutes and I'll try to find the Tulsa PD's meth map that shows every house and apartment ever used as a meth lab.
You can't die. That would upset the equilibrium in the Cave.
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