Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Bust

A traffic stop this weekend led to a drug bust and the discovery of a meth lab. Police reports say that officers found the meth lab in the trunk of car that was pulled over just after 4 AM Sunday morning on 63rd street and 13th avenue. As the officer initiated the traffic stop he became suspicious of the men inside and so called in a drug dog which gave a positive alert for drug in the car. A search allegedly found substances that tested positive for cocaine and meth as well as a decongestant and batteries kept in a manner consistent with a mobile meth lab. Police arrested 41 year old Andrew Spinelli, 20 year old Anthony Spinelli both of Cambridge Wisconsin and 18 year old Edward Uresti of Racine. They face charges of drug possession and manufacturing. They are all being held on bond.


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