POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. (AP) - Missouri police officers have found methamphetamine in strange places. Now, they say they found a mobile meth lab strapped to a motorcycle.
Police in Poplar Bluff on Tuesday arrested 33-year-old Michael Hon after his motorcycle allegedly failed to stop for a seatbelt check, then sped away.
Authorities say that after a chase they stopped the motorcycle and found an active shake-and-bake meth lab strapped to the back, along with a plastic bag with meth residue in it.
Hon is jailed on a variety of charges. He did not have a listed attorney.