The Columbia Police Department located a mobile meth lab during a traffic stop on Sunday, May 17 just before 1 a.m.
The traffic stop began when the subject, Cody Morrison, 24, of Columbia was stopped on Carrie Bolin Drive from Russell Road.
After making contact, Morrison was found to be under the influence, and officers located five grams of suspected methamphetamine on his person.
K-9 Unit Nitro with the Adair County Sheriff’s Office was utilized and a full vehicle search was conducted. Upon search, officers located an active generator bottle within the vehicle.
Morrison was taken into custody and charged with manufacturing methamphetamine; possession of a controlled substance, 3rd offense, which are both felonies; as well as DUI; and other traffic violations.
Morrison was also served with an outstanding warrant for parole violation.
Officer Trevor Foster was the arresting officer and was assisted on scene by Officer Jamie Cole and Deputy Josh Durbin. Members of HIDTA drug task force were also on scene to assist in lab cleanup.