CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Police said they found a suspected meth lab in a cafeteria worker's car on school grounds on Monday.
Acting on a tip, officers arrested Deanna Hatley on Monday after searching her car in the Anson High School parking lot.
Police said it was not an active cook, but it looked like she was about to start. Hatley is in jail Monday.
On Tuesday, the SBI will begin running tests on the chemicals found in Hatley's car.
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