NORTON SHORES, Mich. — A Norton Shores mother is charged with manufacturing and distributing meth after police say they discovered the largest lab ever in Muskegon County in her home, according to police press release Tuesday.
Glenda Marie Reelman, 28, was arrested July 23 after Child Protective Services received a tip that she had a meth lab in her home on Sheffield Street, where she lived with her two children.
Police recovered 18 inactive one pot meth labs from the scene and between 2 and 3 grams of meth and marijuana. They also seized 15 hydrogen chloride gas generators they believe were used to make the drug.
Reelman’s children have been removed by Child Protective Services while she awaits her trial. At this time a court date has not been set.