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Douglas County jury convicts man of manufacturing methamphetamine at hotel

September 6, 2011


A Douglas County jury Monday afternoon convicted a 58-year-old man of manufacturing methamphetamine in September 2009 in Douglas County.

Jurors found Douglas L. Snowden guilty of unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance after they began deliberating Tuesday morning.

Douglas County assistant district attorneys James McCabria and Mark Simpson in the four-day trial accused Snowden of manufacturing meth at the Airport Motel just northeast of Lawrence on U.S. Highway 24-40.

District Judge Peggy Kittel is scheduled to sentence Snowden Oct. 21, and she revoked his bond and ordered him held in the Douglas County Jail Tuesday after the verdict.


blindrabbit 4 years, 2 months ago

If he wanted to get "high" the airport was just 1/2 mile away!

boxers_or_briefs 4 years, 2 months ago

He was just trying to save some money since they charge by the hour.

somedude20 4 years, 2 months ago

I think I would rather sleep in the woods by the train depo than at that fleabag shhh it box (guessing that the forrest has less semen stains then the Motel)!!!

edmclinn 4 years, 2 months ago

Anyone care to guess how they knew? Hmmm taps, taps, taps.

wowiekt08 4 years, 2 months ago

My friend and I used to make bets on if the hotel would have it's 'No Vacancy' sign lit up as we drove back into Lawrence from work at The Legends. Mysteriously enough it always seemed to be full on Monday nights. We always joked that the only people who stay there must be meth cooks. We also are rather curious as to what the inside of one of those rooms looks like.

puddleglum 4 years, 2 months ago

jeeez....if you can' make meth in a motel, where are you supposed to make it?

Ricky_Vaughn 4 years, 2 months ago

How about your trunk? Ever heard the story about the mobile meth lab?

Louis White 4 years, 2 months ago

I'b be a little leary of that pillow mint from now on.

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