Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Zephrex-D, the decongestant touted as a tool in the fight against meth labs, is now available at Walgreens, Walmart and CVS.
Zephrex D is now available in several national and regional retailers. As previously reported by Patch, the decongestant was available at Walgreens last week including the one in Hazelwood. It is now available at Walmart and CVS across the St. Louis area. (For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) Zephrex-D is manufactured by Maryland Heights based Highland Pharmaceuticals. Westport Pharmaceuticals is a subsidiary of Highland. Paul Hemings, vice president and general manager with Westport Pharmaceuticals, tells Patch "tamper-resistant" Zephrex-D is only being sold in the St. Louis market, including St. Louis, St. Charles and Jefferson counties. As previously reported by Patch, Zephrex-D is being touted as a …
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Man's mother, sister also charged with manufacturing the illegal drug and child endangerment.
A Hazelwood man, his mother and sister were charged Thursday in St. Charles County Circuit Court with manufacturing and possessing methamphetamine and endangering a child. Jonathan Trendley, 29, of the 700 block of Hazelvalley Drive in Hazelwood, Kathryn Roloff, 52, and Kaylyn Clark, 17, both of the 2600 block of Falcons Way in St. Charles, were all charged with making and possessing meth and endangering a child. St. Charles County Sheriff’s detectives followed Trendley Wednesday to a St. Charles address where he traded $50 and one-fourth of a gram of meth for two boxes of pseudoephedrine pills, according to a sheriff’s department report. The detectives recovered the cash and meth from the address and pulled over Trendley at the QuikTrip …
Monday, September 26, 2011
The Hazelwood Police Department shuts down a suspected meth lab discovered in the room of Budget Host Inn, Sunday. Reports say vapors could be seen coming from the room.
All is calm following the evacuation of a motel located on Dunn Road Sunday night. The Hazelwood Police Department (HPD), along with the Hazelwood Fire Department responded to a tip that there was possible meth production in one of the motel rooms, according to reports. STLToday.com reports that HPD arrested two people after entering a room at the Budget Host Inn, around 5:30 p.m. HPD found what it said was equipment used to make meth. KMOV reports that when police arrived on the scene vapors were seen coming from inside the room. A child found in the room was taken into protective custody. Charges are pending.