Four Arrested In Galesburg Meth Bust

By WEEK Producer

April 7, 2011 Updated Apr 7, 2011 at 10:14 PM CDT

Galesburg Police say they've arrested four people on meth manufacturing charges.

The arrests came after the department responded to a call this morning about a suspicious odor coming from a residence at 911 N. Farnham Street in Galesburg.

Galesburg police found an active methamphetamine laboratory.

A search of the residence was completed by Illinois State Police - Meth Response Team with evidence of methamphetamine manufacturing being located inside the residence. Subsequent investigation led to the arrest of four people.

Arrested were: Curtis L. Wright, 25 years, 949 E. South Street, Galesburg , Zachary A. Petersimes, 28 years, 115 N. Chambers Street, Galesburg, Joni S. Trigger, 32 years, 911 N. Farnham Street, Galesburg , Amanda M. Burns, 23 years, 922 N. Farnham Street, Galesburg.

All were charged with Aggravated Participation in Meth Manufacturing Less 15 grams, Unlawful Possession of Anhydrous Ammonia, and Unlawful Possession Meth Manufacturing Materials.

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