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CHARLESTON, WV -- A state trooper ordered a pizza to catch a delivery woman accused of running a meth lab in her home, according to court documents.
Troopers L.W. Price, D.R. White and E.B McClung served a search warrant Aug. 31 at the residence of Donna Jean Moles, 47, of Grant Street on Charleston's West Side, according to a complaint filed in Kanawha Magistrate Court.
The troopers said they found three jars of Sudafed that were undergoing a chemical process in the kitchen, baggies of meth and marijuana in a bedroom, and an operating meth lab in the basement.
They were unable to find Moles at home that day and contacted her employer, Domino's Pizza, the complaint said.
Moles was working at the time, so Trooper Price ordered a pizza and asked that Moles deliver it, the complaint said.
Moles arrived at the designated address and was arrested, according to the complaint.
During a search, troopers found a small bag of marijuana in Moles' purse and an empty bottle that contained white powder residue, which tests showed was meth, the complaint said.
Moles was charged with operating a clandestine meth lab, purchasing precursors to manufacture meth, two counts of possession of meth and two counts of possession of marijuana. She is being held at South Central Regional Jail.