This story could only come from two places – Fresno or Florida. Florida wins this round, but Fresno is never far behind.
You may have heard about meth labs being busted inside homes, trailers and apartments, but on Thursday, Volusia County deputies said they dismantled a meth lab in a sailboat.
Investigators said the boat was moored in the Intracoastal Waterway near Daytona Beach. A Volusia County task force and Daytona Beach police were tipped off about illegal activity taking place on boats in the area, investigators said.
Based on those leads, agents investigated a sailboat belonging to 50-year-old James Smith. Inside, they found a homemade generator used in making methamphetamine, along with other supplies. Smith was arrested and booked into the Volusia County Branch Jail on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine. A woman on the boat was also arrested on an outstanding warrant, deputies said. More at Mynews13.