Police find infant, meth lab in parolee's home

Jason Wilson, Laurel Lindsey Pittman (Source: TPSO)
Jason Wilson, Laurel Lindsey Pittman (Source: TPSO)

KENTWOOD, LA (WAFB) - A man and a woman from Kentwood, LA were arrested after officials were conducting a residence check at the home of a parolee and found items used in the manufacturing of methamphetamines, along with the woman's three month old child.

On Tuesday, Probation and Parole officers saw two HCC generators inside the home of 32-year-old Jason Wilson. Wilson lives in the 71000 block of S. Lewiston Road in Kentwood, LA.

The officers called in assistance from the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office Narcotics Agents.

According to TPSO, drug paraphernalia used to ingest methamphetamines were found throughout the house.

Laurel Lindsey Pittman, 35, was also in the home with her three month old child when the narcotics agents arrived.

Wilson was charged with manufacturing of methamphetamines, possession of CDS II and possession of a firearm while in possession of CDS.

Pittman was charged with manufacturing of methamphetamines, possession of CDS II and possession of CDS IV (Xanax). Her child was released to the custody of a family member.

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