A Clarksville couple has been arrested after a meth lab was discovered in their home.
Steven Paul Waldron, 40, and Mandi Jeanene Waldron, 34, have been charged with manufacture of meth in the presence of a child, providing a controlled substance to a child, child abuse and violation of state probation.
According to the Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office, Lt. Todd Wheetley and Lt. Jared Nichols accompanied a state probation officer to the Waldron home on Big Mac Drive for a search. A clear plastic bottle of a bi-layer liquid was spotted in a waste basket and Steven Waldron allegedly admitted it was from manufacturing meth. He further confessed to having other components used in the process.
In a shocking admission, Steven told authorities Mandi had smoked the meth over the weekend with their 16-year-old daughter. She denied smoking meth with her daughter, but said she was aware the teen did smoke the drug. Several items used in the manufacture process were seized.