ST. LOUIS, MO -- The 32-year-old woman that police say brought a mobile meth lab into June 7 was arrested again Monday night at the on Telegraph Road.
Officers from the South County Precinct responded to a suspicious person call at approximately 10:30 p.m. and observed the woman throw a bottle toward the dumpster.
Police recognized the woman as Jennifer Vaughn, . Vaughn had been detained on suspicion of shoplifting when officers discovered a bottle containing meth, also known as a "shake and bake" lab.
Officials evacuated the Walmart and closed the store for nearly three hours.
County police discovered a similar bottle at the U-Gas and also found meth-making materials on Vaughn. The bottle was contained without incident and Vaughn is now in 24-hour custody.
Formal charges will not be issued for Vaughn until the crime lab analyzes the bottles.
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