Mobile Meth Lab Located – Two Arrested

May 12, 2017
The Levy County Sheriff’s Office Drug Task Force
Investigators and investigators with the Chiefland Police Department and LCSO
Uniform Patrol Division conducted a traffic stop at 2:12 pm this afternoon in
the area of 14621 NW Hwy 19 north of Chiefland. 
Investigators learned through an anonymous tip a vehicle
potentially had an active methamphetamine laboratory inside. Investigators discovered
the information was “spot on” and an active methamphetamine laboratory was in
the vehicle. Investigators found a “trafficking” amount of liquid
methamphetamine. 
The 2012 black SUV driven by Jessica L. Aguon (7-11-96) of
Old Town, Fl was seized. Augon and passenger David N. Collins (1-17-66) from
Cross City have been arrested and transported to the Levy County Detention
Bureau. They have been charged with manufacturing methamphetamines and
trafficking in methamphetamine.
Mobile methamphetamine laboratories pose a huge risk to both
our public and first responders. These labs are extremely unstable and first
responders have additional concerns when attempting to make these volatile
chemicals safe especially on the side of the road.