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Huntington Officers Honored for Work on Meth Lab
Monday, August 11, 2014 - 20:40 Updated 23 weeks ago
Capt. Rocky Johnson said the patrol officers conducted their own surveillance, which led... to the discovery of meth-making materials. Their work resulted in two arrests last week.
"It's important to note that these were two patrol officers who noticed something unusual during their patrol duties and started investigating it closely," Johnson said. "They put together an investigative case like any detective would."
Pictured from left to right are Mayor Williams, Hagan, Dishman, Rocky Johnson and Jim Johnson.