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  1. torachi
    Stillwater Police Department officers arrived at 523 N. Stanley about 8 p.m. to serve a simple city warrant to a man residing there.

    Hours later, a hazmat team left with a trailer full of evidence from a drug bust not seen in Stillwater in decades.

    "We came up to serve the warrant," said officer Thomas Comstock. "When they opened the door, it was like ‘Cheech and Chong' all over again."

    After wading through the marijuana smoke, Comstock said he and fellow officers found what appeared to be a well-developed mescaline and dimethyltryptamine lab. Dimethyltryptamine, or DMT as it is commonly called, and mescaline are psychedelic drugs, Comstock said.

    Comstock said police arrested five people ages 17 to 23, some of which may have been students or former students at Oklahoma State University.

    A call to the Payne County Jail revealed the arrestees had not been booked there, and calls to the Stillwater Jail were not immediately returned.

    Officer Royce Stephens was the lead officer on the case, and said this was only the second DMT lab he can remember.

    Stephens said it has been more than a decade since he can remember hearing of a mescaline bust in Stillwater.

    The process of making mescaline and DMT is different than making methamphetamines, Stephens said.

    But he said there are still dangerous chemicals in play, which is why the hazmat crew was summoned.

    "If these guys can make it, it must not be too hard," Stephens said.

    Hazmat crews finished sealing up evidence and diluting dangerous chemicals around 10:30 p.m. And Comstock said he was ready for a break after being at the house for hours.

    "(The arrestees) already got a chance to sit down," he said. "We haven't had a break."



  1. torachi
    Stillwater police busted a suspected drug lab Wednesday night.

    Clayton Reese Christian, 21; Evan Michael Christian, 18; Jordan Nicole Burch, 21; and an unnamed juvenile were arrested on drug suspicion.

    Officers went to serve an outstanding warrant for Clayton at 6:28 p.m. in the 500 block of Stanley Street.

    When Clayton answered the door, police noticed a strong smell of burnt marijuana, according to the police records. Clayton tried to close the door, but officers forced their way inside. Officers then saw paraphernalia consistent with a drug lab lying in plain sight.

    During a search of the house, officers found a small amount of marijuana, more than $1,000 cash, scales and numerous pipes, bongs and drug sale ledgers according to the affidavit.

    The search indicted there were two labs - one for the creation of dimethyltryptamine, DMT, and the other for mescaline, the hallucinogenic ingredient in peyote. Both are psychedelic drugs.

    "Even though we are a very safe city, we still have a lot of drug cases," said Capt. Randy Dickerson. "Mescaline is unique, though."

    Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs cleaned up the labs.
    Clayton, Evan and Burch were arrested for drug manufacturing, possession with intent to distribute, possession of drug paraphernalia and harboring a runaway. Clayton was also arrested for the outstanding city warrant.

    Evan's girlfriend, a juvenile, was a 17-year-old runaway from Tulsa. She was released into her mother's custody, according to the affidavit.

    Dickerson said the case will be turned over to the district attorney's office, but officers will continue to investigate.

  2. Lethargy
    Note: The following (single sentence) may not make sense to those who haven't read a lot of RAW (the one in our sig, Robert Anton Wilson)
    Wethinks perhaps Eris had too much fun with this situation, perhaps the Illuminati couldn't handle the vast mind expansion resulting from this project?

    Either way, poor folk. And we have mixed feelings about the reports that someone "made" these substances when in all likelihood they merely extracted them. On the one hand, it keeps the "lowest common denominator" ignorant of the ease of acquiring such powerful chemicals, on the other it makes these people out to have had a far more intensive (and thus "dangerous" to the uninformed) operation going. If someone actually had a lab to make these substances... well that changes things.
  3. torachi
    So true. Its unfortunate that the media hype on meth labs and the rise in availability of home extractions of ethnobotanicals are subsequent. Makes them think they made the neighborhood safer, when whats really the most dangerous chemical in most well known extraction recipes? Lye, xylene, toulene?

    Unfortunately even making hash with butane, if one is moronic enough, can blow up a house.
  4. rawbeer
    Yeah my first reaction was that this was surely just an extraction "lab", from what I gather synthesizing mescaline is even more difficult than LSD, and considering how common DMT is in the plant world synthesizing it would almost seem, well, stupid.

    But seriously what the hell does this mean ? VVVV

    Note: The following may not make sense to those who haven't read a lot of RAW (the one in our sig)

    Damn right it doesn't make sense! What the hell is RAW and our sig? Not to be a dickbut this is quite obfuscatory and I can't figure out what the hell it means. Yeah obviously I know what the Illuminati are/were/are claimed to be/have been, but I thought we were supposed to be clear in the meaning of our posts here at DF...

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