Meth lab found in Carlyle Apartments, dismantled | Crime
A meth lab was found in the Carlyle Apartments, located at 206 S. Post, last month and dismantled by Spokane Police’s special investigations unit.
An officer found the lab during the power shift patrol on August 27. The lab was equipped with meth-making components including bi-layer liquids and a hydrogen chloride gas generator.
The apartment’s resident Norman Butte, 37, had been arrested the previous day by Spokane Police on a felony warrant in the state of Arkansas.
Butte’s previous arrest was issued out of Pulaski County for a list of drug related felonies including the possession, use, delivery, advertising of drug paraphernalia and carrying a weapon.
Butte is expected to be in Spokane County Superior Court again on Thursday afternoon.