The Plymouth Police Department arrested two people after a tip was called into the police department.
On Friday afternoon, a call was received about a strong chemical smell at the Carriage Green Apartments at 1052 Ed Cook Blvd. Three officers approached the complex and one of the suspects reportedly tried climbing a third floor balcony. Upon kicking down the door, police found an active methamphetamine lab along with a two year old child. The two were taken into custody and the child was taken to protective custody and transported to the hospital.
Twenty-four-year-old Jessica Goad and 29-year-old Jason K. Wolff were arrested and they have preliminary charges of Manufacturing and Dealing in Methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a School and Neglect of a Child.
This arrest was the result of a tip called into the Plymouth Police Department’s Drug Tip Hotline. If you have any anonymous tips for police, call 1-800-899-0842.