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Man Arrested After Rolling Meth Lab Burns

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A Doyline man was arrested after the Bossier City Fire Department extinguished his burning vehicle in the parking lot of the Orchard Apartments on Shed Road.  Once the fire was out, emergency personnel saw what they believed were components of a meth lab inside the vehicle.  They called in narcotics agents to investigate.  Spokesman Mark Natale says a combination of witness statements and evidence found at and near the scene led to the arrest of Christopher Anderson on a charge of creating a clandestine lab.  He was booked into the Bossier City Jail and later transferred to Bossier Max.  Investigators think the fire started as a result of Anderson’s attempt to make methamphetamine and leaving the mixture in the vehicle.

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