Locals jailed for rolling meth lab

September 25, 2015

Adelord L. Frederick III

Adelord L. Frederick III

By Pat Maurer

Adelord L. Frederick III, 27 of Harrison and Sara D. Thompson, 23, are facing charges in connection with a “rolling meth lab,” discovered after a traffic stop in Saginaw County.

Saginaw County Sheriff’s Department deputies stopped the vehicle that the couple were in September 15 in Kochville Township. After Thompson complained of “not feeling well,” deputies searching the vehicle discovered chemicals – what police believe was a one-pot meth lab – in the trunk of the vehicle.
The chemicals are under analysis by the Michigan State Police Crime Lab in Bridgeport to confirm that the substance was a meth mixture.

Frederick was arrested on an outstanding Clare County warrant and Thompson was taken to an area hospital. Frederick is reportedly on probation for breaking and entering a building with intent to commit larceny and two

 Timothy M. Dembinsky

Timothy M. Dembinsky

controlled substance manufacturing charges in Clare County.
Four deputies at the scene of the traffic stop were also treated for “light exposure to fumes,” a MLive Facebook post said.

At his arraignment September 17, Frederick was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and conspiring to commit that crime, two felonies that carry maximum penalties of 20 years in prison. His bond was set at $50,000 and he remains in jail. He and is scheduled for an Oct. 5 preliminary hearing.
Thompson was released from the hospital and remains at large, according to the MLive post. She also faces charges of manufacturing methamphetamine and conspiring to commit that crime.

A bystander, Timothy M. Dembinsky was also charged in connection with the incident, the report said. Reportedly he was taking pictures at the scene and did not back away from the hazardous area when offers ordered him to. He was arrested and charged with resisting and obstructing a police officer, a felony that carries a maximum penalty of two years in prison. Dembinsky remains free on a $5,000 or 10 percent bond and is scheduled for an Oct. 5 preliminary hearing.

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