DELAWARE COUNTY, Okla. - Four suspected meth manufacturers are due in court Monday, a day after authorities were forced to evacuate them from a mobile home north of Grove.
The evacuation occurred after two Delaware County deputies -- Matt North and James Morgan -- discovered a smoking meth lab in the bathroom of the residence, which filled the home "with noxious vapors," according to the sheriff's office.
The deputies managed to get out of the trailer -- along with suspects William Donahue, 63, and Tammy Geer, 42 -- and avoided serious injury.
Donahue and Morgan were then arrested on a charge of manufacturing methamphetamine.
Two more suspects -- 52-year-old Randy Murry and Chrystal Hadley, 43 -- were found hiding in the home after a later inspection by task force investigators.
The investigators also reported finding money and a "small amount of freshly produced meth" and chemicals.
All four suspects remain in custody on $50,000 bond.