Police arrest woman after she posts ‘making meth’ video on Facebook

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JEFFERSON COUNTY, Missouri — Police arrested a Missouri woman after she posted video on Facebook that showed her helping a man allegedly making meth, according to a report on Fox2Now.com. Jennifer C. Harrington, 36, of Jefferson County, Missouri was charged with a parole violation after police saw the video and launched an investigation.

Jennifer Harrington, 36, of Jefferson County

Jennifer Harrington, 36, of Jefferson County

“They were talking about the manufacturing of methamphetamine, they were using street slang terms we could actually hear the bottle being shaken in a one pot manufacturing process,” Franklin County narcotics officer Sgt. Jason Grellner said. “Some of the apparatus and chemicals we normally see in a meth lab could be seen in the video.”

In their search for Harrington, police arrested several of her friends on charges of either using or making meth. The man in the video has not yet been arrested.