Police: Meth conversion lab found in vacant Bronx Apartment

A meth conversion lab has been found inside of a vacant Bronx apartment, according to police.

News 12 Staff

Feb 17, 2021, 6:28 PM

Updated 1,241 days ago


A meth conversation lab has been found inside of a vacant Bronx apartment, according to police.
Police say they have safely dismantled a meth conversation lab across from a Bronx school at 3204 Kingsbridge Ave.  
Agents and officers have arrested three individuals and seized approximately 22 pounds of methamphetamine, 45 grams of heroin and 2,000 pills of what appears to be Percocet and Oxycodone.  
The three individuals have been identified as Inoel Acosta, Luis Reyes and Angel Zepeda.  
Officials say neither Acosta or Reyes were legitimate tenants of the vacant apartment and did not have the right to be inside.  
This is the first meth conversation lab that the DEA has encountered in New York City.  

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