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Krystal Wayne Willard (www.myspace.com/littlegirlkkkw) and Aubrey Eugene Wiseman were doing some shopping a couple of weeks ago. The problem? They weren’t exactly shopping at the nearest Wal-Mart to buy groceries for Krystal Willard’s four children. Nope. They were shopping for supplies. For their meth lab that they kept in the very same home where the children lived. I say lived because the four kids were released to a relative who hopefully isn’t a meth head as well.


From the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office:

November 14, 2008- Mobile County Sheriff’s Narcotic Deputies arrested two people Thursday afternoon, November 13, 2008. Krystal Wayne Willard and Aubrey Eugene Wiseman were taken into custody at their home 183 Green Park Drive Mobile, Al.
 
An anonymous tip informed deputies that Willard, a known pill shopper, was purchasing precursor materials for a possible meth lab.   Sheriff’s deputies stopped the van that she and Wiseman were driving and found ammonium nitrate along with other drug paraphernalia inside the van. Willard confessed to manufacturing meth and took the deputies to her home were a meth lab was located.
 
Willard and Wiseman are married and four children ages 4 to 14 were also in the home. The children were released to a relative.
 
The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office encourages citizens who observe suspicious activity with meth can text the word “Meth” to 839863 (“TextMe”) or call the Sheriff’s office 574-8633. 
 
Aubrey Eugene Wiseman
DOB 1-26-65
Possession of controlled substance
Manufacturing controlled substance 1st degree
Chemical Endangerment of a child
Use/possession drug paraphernalia
 
Krystal Wayne Willard
DOB 11-9-76
Possession of controlled substance
Manufacturing controlled substance 1st degree
Chemical endangerment of a child
Use/possession drug paraphernalia
Possession marijuana 2nd degree
From some of my reading the couple has allegedly had a meth explosion in their mobile home in the past, so this isn’t something that’s new for them. A pretty dangerous environment for children to be living in but unfortunately it’s not something that’s as rare as we would like to think.
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