Brandi Favre, the younger sister of Brett Favre, was arrested Wednesday in Mississippi when a condominium was raided that allegedly contained a meth lab.
The younger sister of football great Brett Favre was arrested Wednesday, along with four others, at the site of a meth lab in Diamondhead.
Hancock County narcotics agents found an active meth lab inside a condo unit and arrested five people, including Brandi, 34, in Diamondhead, WLOX reports.
“We bought some meth off of an individual and that’s what led us to this location here,” Matt Karl, Director of the Hancock County Narcotics Task Force, explained.
“When we arrived, there were a couple of people coming out of the house and the chemical smell was just overwhelming. It was pretty bad,” he said. “And then we discovered the full lab in the bathroom; it was still cooking. I think we collected pretty close to ten grams of finished product, which, that’s a lot of meth.”
All five have been charged with manufacturing of meth, possession of a controlled substance, transferring a controlled substance and generation of hazardous waste.
The seven closest condo units were evacuated and neighbors were not surprised by the bust.
“I have witnessed people coming and going at all hours of the night for the two years I’ve lived here,” one neighbor said. “It’s been going on for two years, and I have complained to the security in Diamondhead. And I have gotten no results. I am delighted to see this.”
Narcotics agents say the cooking they uncovered is extremely dangerous, and could have caused an explosion.
“In the past two or three years, I think this is about our fifth one we got in Diamondhead. I mean, you don’t think about that,” Karl explained. “Meth labs in Diamondhead. Yes, they are here. And we’re working on them, and we’re going to get them out of here.”