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Wanted As Of: 06/09/2017

trafficking in more than 200 grams of methamphetamine, producing methamphetamine, possession of chemicals with intent to manufacture methamphetamine and manufacturing drug paraphernalia.

Name: Matthew James Price
Alias:
Sex: FemaleRace: Caucasian
Age: 24DOB:
Height: UnknownWeight: Unknown
Hair: UnknownEyes: Unknown

Highlands County SO: Warrant issued after meth lab discovered in camper

SEBRING -- After a tip led to the discovery of a meth lab in a 25-foot camper on the bank of Arbuckle Creek last month, an arrest warrant has been issued for 24-year-old Matthew James Price.

After receiving the tip, the Special Operations Unit went to the camper on May 18. When they looked inside, they saw equipment used to make methamphetamine all over the trailer. The Drug Enforcement Agency’s meth lab team was called to process the scene due to the dangerous nature of the chemicals used in making methamphetamine, which can be explosive. 

Once everything was tested and removed, detectives seized 347.8 grams of methamphetamine. They also determined the last person living in the trailer. Price has not been seen since the meth lab was discovered.

He is wanted for charges of
Price’s appearance may be different than the picture. When he was last seen, he had brown hair and a brown beard. 



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