Two people were charged with manufacturing meth after authorities discovered a “shake and bake” lab inside a south Nashville home.
Officers said they went to the Holt Road home after a citizen complained of possible drug activity.
During a search of the residence, a two-liter bottle with ground up pseudoephedrine tablets, ammonium nitrate and other ingredients used in manufacturing meth was found inside the refrigerator.
Police said John Parker, 45, admitted to making meth while his friend, 40-year-old Christy Duke, admitted to being present while it was made.
Duke also reportedly told officers she expected to receive some of the finished product.
They were booked into the Metro jail on $80,000 bond each.