Loose Horses Lead Deputies To Meth Lab

PASS CHRISTIAN (WLOX) -- It was supposed to be a routine call to herd a group of horses off Deschamp Road in Pass Christian. But when deputies arrived, it was anything but.

Harrison County Sheriff's deputies say when they were talking with the owner of the horses, they picked up on a chemical odor coming from her home. Deputies say they took a look around and discovered an inactive meth lab.

Donna Ruth Gambill was arrested and charged with felony possession of intent to manufacture meth.

Two visitors, who arrived at the house as Gambill was being taken into custody, were also arrested. Harvey Nolen, Jr. and Louis Summers both face charges of possession of a controlled substance.

Gambill and Summers have been released on bond, while Nolen remains in the Harrison County Jail.