Chemicals in home could have exploded, prosecutor tells Youngstown judgePublished: 8/11/17 @ 10:55
Bond was set at $75,000 each Friday for three people accused of running a methamphetamine lab on the West Side.
Arraigned in municipal court before Judge Elizabeth Koby on first-degree felony charges of illegal possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs and possession of drugs were Glenn Lambert, 37; Nicole Lambert, 26; and Mark Cartwright, 36.
Assistant City Prosecutor Jeffrey Moliterno told Judge Kobly that the charge of illegal possession of chemicals is a first-degree felony because six children ranging in age from 2 to 11 were in the 1931 Manhattan Ave. house and that the chemicals for the lab were so unstable that they could have exploded.
The Lamberts, who are husband and wife, had a father-and-son legal team from Akron representing them, attorneys Lawrence and Tyler Whitney.
Cartwright did not have an attorney. Judge Kobly appointed one for him.
Read more about the case in Saturday's Vindicator or on Vindy.com