Several people are under arrest after a woman uploaded a video to Facebook of a man apparently making meth.
According to KTVI, the narcotics unit in Franklin County, Ill., got a tip saying that a woman’s Facebook page allegedly showed a man making meth while she assisted him off camera end shot the minute-and-a-half long movie.
After watching the video, officers went searching for the woman who made the video, 36-year-old Jennifer C. Harrington.
Police looked for her at several addresses in Jefferson County and in Union, Mo., and along the way, they found some of Harrington’s friends and arrested them on suspicion of either using or making meth.
After watching the video, officers went looking for Harrington at several addresses in Jefferson County and in Union, Missouri.
They did not find her right away, but along the way they found several other friends of hers and arrested them on suspicion of either using or making meth.
Police have yet to find the man in the video.
Jennifer Harrington was finally arrested not on a drug charge, but for an outstanding parole violation. Ironically, she was picked up as she arrived to meet with her parole officer.
None of the others arrested can be charged with drug crimes until lab results come back from the Missouri Highway Patrol.