Man at Structure That Burned in Salmon Creek Today Admitted It Was a Honey Oil Lab, According to Sheriff’s Dept.
According to Lt. Fridley, the worker admitted that the shed was used to produce hash. He, however, did not admit to owning the property though.
“We got a good I.D.,” said the Lieutenant and then they let him go. “I didn’t want my guys tied up with somebody in custody when we might need them,” he explained. “Life and property are our first concern.”
However, Fridley said, there may be criminal charges. “Our two drug guys are up there and securing the scene and waiting for a search warrant,” he stated at about 4:45 p.m.
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