North Santa Rosa

SRSO Investigate Meth Lab and find Napalm

Sheriffs Office Narcotics Detectives are on scene at 5356 Anthony Ave., Milton, FL, in reference to a meth lab being discovered. It was also found that the resident is producing Napalm.

The home belonging to Seth Stanley was searched Thursday, March 1st. in connection with the manufacturing of meth.  During the search investigators found a unknown substance in a mason jar.  When asked, Stanley told the officers that it was Napalm.  According to Stg. Haines, of the Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office,  “It was a very brutal form of killing people and clearing places for visibility. It is not something that needs to be in the hands of a civilian.”

Napalm is a thick gel like agent generally mixed with petroleum or a similar fuel for use in an fire bomb.  It was first used by America in 1944.  It is sometimes used in bombs referred to as flamethrowers.

Along with the meth and napalm,  guns and ammunition was also found in the home.  One was an assault rifle.

Stanley was arrested on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of felony drug equipment and possession of listed chemicals used to manufacture methamphetamine.  He was released Thursday night on $45,000 bond.



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