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Lawton woman could face life in prison after drug arrest

Lawton,Okla_A Lawton woman arrested in a meth lab bust earlier this week is facing up to life in prison. According court documents, detectives responded to a call about a possible meth lab at the Super 9 Motel on NW Cache Road.

They approached Lindsay Coleman for questioning but she took off after throwing some items on the ground. Detectives say it turned out to be ingredients used to make meth.
They eventually caught up with Coleman and arrested her.  When they searched her room, they found even more items used to make meth.

Coleman later admitted to making meth at another location and said that she does it every day.  She is charged with manufacturing a controlled substance.

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