A Dartmouth grad student was arrested on Sunday after police discovered what they believe to be a meth lab in his apartment. Whoops! How’d that get there?
“An investigation into ‘possible chemicals'” led authorities to Randy Lambreghts’ domicile on Sunday evening, according to the Dartmouth. Soon thereafter, police presence multiplied, and it wasn’t long before the 28-year-old was in handcuffs:
After several items were taken from the apartment during the search for further analysis, Lambreghts — a Belgian citizen who has attended Dartmouth as a graduate student for the last seven years — was taken into custody, the Union Leader reported.
A Dartmouth student who lives near Lambreghts’ apartment contacted us last night to speculate about the possibility of a meth bust. Asked for more information, the tipster shared the following details about the police activity at the crime scene:
Dartmouth Safety & Security responded first, they had three vans there. Hanover PD had three cruisers and a police pickup, plus there was a fire truck. My first thought was that it was a carbon monoxide thing, but I saw two cops running around the back with their hands on their sidearms.
Scary! But also, they’re in the middle of the woods in the middle of New Hampshire, so wasn’t this bound to happen sooner or later?
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