By Glenn Collins
Thursday, April 1, 2010 | 10:04 PM
Winston County Sheriff's Deputies, making a welfare check on an infant, discovered an active crystal methamphetamine cook Saturday night on County Road 3434 in the Rabbittown community. Deputy Sheriff Anthony Nix said that he was making a welfare check in response to a call about child neglect when he detected an odor consistent with the manufacturing of crystal methamphetamine.
Deputies obtained consent from the property owner to search the residence and discovered an "active shake and bake." Nix said the bake "was only 10 minutes in." Area firefighters were dispatched because of the hazardous material situation.
The four occupants were arrested and each was charged with one count of unlawful manufacture of controlled substance in the first degree (Ala. Code 13A-12-218) and three counts of chemical endangerment of a child (Ala. Code 26-15-3.2). Charged were Jennifer Renee Adair, Timothy Shawn Adair, Christopher Keith Naylor and Kimberly Geneva Naylor.
DHR was called to the scene for three children in the residence, all under three years of age.