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Anonymous tip leads deputies to meth lab in Ponchatoula

Cameron Perry (Source : TPSO) Cameron Perry (Source : TPSO)
PONCHATOULA, LA (WAFB) -

A Ponchatoula man was arrested Wednesday after officials found a one-pot meth lab in his home.

According to Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff Daniel Edwards, the department received an anonymous tip that illegal drugs were being made in the home of 43-year-old Cameron Perry.

Deputies found the meth lab in his kitchen.

During the investigation, deputies learned that Perry was on bond for charges in January of manufacturing meth, and three counts of child endangerment under the drug law, and possession of meth.

Sheriff Daniels applauded the parish residents. "I encourage all citizens to remain diligent in keeping an eye open," he says, "…call us or any law enforcement agency for assistance."

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