Monday, June 15, 2009

Cue the "Real Men of Genius" song

I think there's an important lesson to be learned here:
Hanceville Police arrested Billy Floyd Norris, 33, Sunday at his residence on County Road 616 for unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

Capt. Jimmy Rodgers said officers allegedly discovered a working meth lab at Norris’ residence while responding to a robbery call.

“He reported he had been robbed by his roommates,” Rodgers said. “We were never able to verify that.”

Rodgers said during the course of the investigation of the alleged robbery, Norris told officers there was a meth lab at the location.
The lesson being that you're likely to go to prison if you have a name like "Billy Floyd." Oh, and you probably shouldn't call the police with a dubious claim about being robbed if you're cooking up meth in your house, either.

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