Charges Filed Against Woman Arrested Twice For Possessing Mobile Meth Lab

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Charges have been filed against a woman arrested twice for possessing a mobile meth lab.

In both cases, investigators say Jennifer Vaughn-Culp had a bottle and they believe she was cooking meth.

On Monday night, St. Louis County Police were called to the U-Gas station on Telegraph Road.  They say Vaughn-Culp tossed a suspicious bottle away as they arrived on scene.

The first incident involving Vaughn-Culp caused the South County Walmart store to be evacuated and shut down for hours.

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