911 pocket dial leads police to meth lab in Florida
Daily News, October 7, 2014
Three Floridians were busted after one of them pocket-dialed 911 while discussing their alleged drug operation.
The dispatcher heard Donna Knope, 55, Jason Knope, 32, and Thomas Stallings, 41, talk about "making and selling methamphetamine" for nearly half an hour on Saturday, authorities said.
Police traced the call to the backyard of the Knopes' home on Roland Drive in Deltona, 30 miles north of Orlando, The Smoking Gun reported.
Donna Knope is Jason Knope's mother.
Volusia County Sheriff's Office deputies looked inside an open window to a shed to find what appeared to be a meth lab, according to a police report obtained by the crime news site.
They saw a "bottle that appeared to be smoking" and white smoke came streaming from the shed, according to police.