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Smyrna Man Charged With Operating Dover Meth Lab

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Christopher Honaker (Photo: Dover Police) Christopher Honaker (Photo: Dover Police)
Christopher Honaker (Photo: Dover Police) Christopher Honaker (Photo: Dover Police)

SMYRNA, Del. - A Smyrna man is behind bars after police found him operating a meth lab in Dover.

According to Dover Police, officers responded to 234 North Kirkwood Street on Tuesday night just before 11 for a reported trespassing. When they arrived, they entered through an open door and found 39-year-old Christopher Honaker in the kitchen.

Police say the officers immediately noticed a strong odor and a hidden laboratory used to make methamphetamine and took Honaker into custody.

All of the items inside the home used to make the lab were safely removed. According to Dover police, Honaker was charged with operation of a clandestine lab and possession of drug paraphernalia and committed to JTVCC on $20,200 secured bond.

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