Foscoe women charged in meth conspiracy
by Staff Reports
Detectives conducted a surveillance operation that ultimately led to a vehicle traffic stop, where they seized four boxes of pseudoephedrine, a variety of precursor chemicals and hardware commonly used in the manufacturing process. Detectives said the vehicle contained everything needed for a "shake and bake" meth lab.
Officers charged 30-year-old Elaynia Victoria Huffman, 47-year-old Trina Rene Hinson and 26-year-old Jessica Lynn Henderson, all of 626 Locust St., Foscoe, with conspiracy to manufacture meth and possession of meth precursors, according to the sheriff's office.
Huffman also was charged with maintaining a vehicle or dwelling for controlled substances, according to authorities.
All were issued $25,000 secured bonds and are scheduled to appear in court Dec. 30.