FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) Less than two hours after Fort Wayne police arrested a woman with four young children for making meth, they busted and arrested another.
Lisa Noreen Kissinger, 49, was arrested just before 11 a.m. on Thursday. Police found six active one-pot meth labs after searching the duplex on Walnut Street for several hours. Police also found several pieces of paraphernalia.
Kissinger was the only one in the home. She was arrested on a body attachment warrant and also faces felony charges for making meth and maintaining a common nuisance.
According to the U.S. Marshals Service:
“A writ of body attachment is a process issued by the court directing the [officer] to bring a person who has been found in civil contempt before the court. The process may also be called an order of commitment for civil contempt or a warrant for civil arrest.”
This was the fourth investigation by the Meth Suppression Unit in 2014 and the second one on Thursday.
There were 64 meth labs discovered in Allen County in 2013, which is twice as many as the year before.
“In speaking with my guys in the meth suppression team they think they’re going to break a record again this year,” Capt. Kevin Hunter with FWPD’s Vice and Narcotics unit said.