Heather Raybon: Real Life Adult Swim Character (Pics)
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If there was any doubt the drug meth was bad for you, Heather Raybon is the living proof.
She has been arrested by police yet again, despite suffering massive facial injuries when a meth producing lab exploded in her face.
Now police in Milton, Florida, are in despair as they picked her up yet again. A series of three mug shots take over the year clearly illustrate how badly her life has gone.
The first was in 2003 when she looked like a normal everyday woman. The next is after the meth lab explosion in 2006. And the last is recently and although theres been some healing, the effects of the drug are still plain to see, said officers.
In the latest arrest, Santa Rosa County sheriff’s deputies were actually looking for a man at an address in Milton. He wasnt there, but Raybon and another man were, along with yet another operational methamphetamine lab.
Narcotics detectives wearing protective equipment responded and found materials and ingredients used to produce the life-destroying drug.
In Raybons handbag was a small metal pill bottle with the drug inside.
Fire fighters were called and safely neutralised the lab equipment and removed it and the chemicals from the home.
Raybon were arrested for production of methamphetamine, trafficking methamphetamine, possession of felony drug equipment and possession of listed chemicals to manufacture meth.
She is now being held in custody in lieu of payment of a £27,400 bond.
Raybon has multiple past arrests involving meth related charges in Santa Rosa County. In December 2004, Raybon suffered severe and disfiguring burns during a fire in Milton. Investigators believe Raybon’s burns were associated with a meth lab explosion.