Cops charged three men with manufacture of a controlled substance
By Fernando Ramirez
ELECTRA, Texas — Police in northcentral Texas said they arrested three men over the weekend with more than 600 pounds of meth.
The drug bust netted Electra Police 300,750 grams of meth found in a home lab, KFDX reported.
Robert Clower, 65, Mark Bridgeford, 53, and Brandon Seguine, 32, were arrested and charged with manufacture/delivery of a controlled substance in a drug-free zone and possession of chemicals with intent to manufacture.
The massive quantities of meth seized by police are particularly remarkable given the size of Electra, a small town with less than 3,000 residents.
As of Wednesday, all three men remain behind bars.
Editors Note: By looking at Robert Clower's face, one would think he used a substantial amount of his own product. If any cop were to pull this guy over for traffic, the first question would be, "Where's the meth?"