Travis Deen and his wife asked Stephens to look over the house and their cat while they were on vacation and came home to a disaster. Stephens, a known meth user, had bought pseudoephedrine for the batch and let her friends use the house as a meth lab for part of the cook.
The particles from the cooked meth seeped into the walls, floors, and plumbing along the first floor, causing $37,000 in damages. The owners are in the process of cleaning and repairing the damage, while Stephens was charged with the felony of "first degree property damage."
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