Pinellas couple arrested after 2nd meth lab discovered
A couple suspected of running a Palm Harbor meth lab in April were arrested today after being found running another one, Pinellas County deputies said. Shiloh Sladon, 36, and Pamela Therrien, 41, both of 2680 Peterborough Court, have been charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and trafficking in methamphetamine, They were taken to the Pinellas County Jail. On April 9, deputies responded to a domestic violence call at the home shared by Sladen and Therrien after he allegedly threw chemicals her and became physically violent. While at the scene, deputies discovered chemicals and suspected a meth lab was being operated. Sladon was arrested at that time for domestic violence by strangulation.A sample of the chemicals were sent to the lab for testing and were recently returned positive for methamphetamine. Shortly after noon today, deputies returned to the home to arrest Sladon and Therrian. Upon their arrival at the home, deputies asked Sladon if there was another lab in the home. Sladon told deputies there was an active lab in a back room. The investigation is continuing.
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