MILTON, Fla. — A woman in Florida , disfigured in a meth lab explosion, has been arrested again after police discovered a working meth lab in her trailer.
Police initially went to the trailer in an attempt to serve an arrest warrant but Heather Raybon, 31, and William Hindall told the officers that the man they were looking for, Brian Mauldin, was not there. Police wanted to find out for themselves so they the home to check things out.
Inside the trailer they found drug paraphernalia in plain view and the chemical smell associated with a meth lab. Properly equipped detectives were called in and would find 13 grams of meth powder, 32 grams of meth oil, a small metal pill bottle in Raybon’s purse that tested positive for meth and an active one pot meth lab in the bedroom.
Police arrested Raybon and Hindall for production of methamphetamine, trafficking methamphetamine, possession of felony drug equipment and possession of listed chemicals to manufacture meth. They are now being held in jail on a $35,000 bond.
People get busted for meth all the time, but the reason why this story is making the rounds is simply because of Raybon’s appearance and the fact she has continued her meth habit even after it face-f*cked her with fire.
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