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Christina M. Clark
Matthew S. Cook
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
An elderly man and two Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office deputies were treated Tuesday for exposure to a methamphetamine lab.
According to a news release from the sheriff’s office, deputies were requested at 8:26 a.m. to accompany personnel from Montgomery County Social Services on a welfare check of an elderly man residing in the Vicker Switch area of the county.
Two deputies entered a residence on Eskeridge Road where they determined a possible meth lab was located, according to the release.
The elderly man and two others were evacuated from the residence, and the man was transported to Carilion New River Valley Medical Center for treatment. The two deputies were also treated for exposure to meth at LewisGale Hospital Montgomery. The deputies were treated and released, but Capt. Brian Wright was unaware this afternoon of the status or condition of the elderly man.
Two Christiansburg residents were arrested in relation to the incident. Matthew S. Cook, 27, and Christina M. Clark, 25, were charged with possession of meth. Cook was also charged with manufacturing meth, according to the release.
Cook was being held Tuesday afternoon without bond at the Montgomery County Jail. Clark was being held on a $2,500 bond. The news release stated that additional charges are pending against the two.
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