Georgia landlords, Michael and Channel Keeley, who told police they found 8 bags of methamphetamine hidden in a bathroom wall in a rental home were placed under arrest on Sunday. According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, three people who were renting a home from the Keeleys were arrested on meth charges on October 2nd. After receiving an “all clear” from law enforcement, the Keeleys reported they went to the rental home at the end of October to prepare the house for new renters. While inspecting the property, they discovered holes in the bathroom wall, one of which had previously been filled by a medicine cabinet. They also found 8 bags of methamphetamine hidden inside the bathroom wall. By the end of the day, the Keeleys said police interrogated them, accused of lying about a break-in, and charged them with tampering with evidence. The Keeleys were freed on $5,000 bonds on Tuesday, but have not been given a court date.
Updated on 11/2/12
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