An in-home caregiver is facing charges after she allegedly made meth at her client's Starke County home.
That's according to our reporting partners at WKVI Radio.
Sandra Neighbors was arrested last weekend in Knox after her client's daughter captured her illegal activities on tape.
Jannine Clemons became suspicious when she found battery pieces and medication wrapping inside a container of drain cleaner in her laundry room. She planted a video camera to find out who had left the items, and caught neighbors tending to two kitty litter boxes during the late hours of the night. Police later discovered that one of those boxes contained meth-making materials, and the other a meth lab.
When Neighbors was taken into custody the next day, officers found several other items used to make the drug inside her purse and in her car. Neighbors is now facing a number of drug-related charges.
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