Audio: Pocket-dial leads to Fla. meth lab bust
At one point, the dispatcher noted that she could hear a bubbling sound as if something was cooking
DELTONA, Fla. — Officials said an accidental 911 call in Deltona led Volusia County Sheriff's deputies to a meth house over the weekend.
Dispatchers fielded a phone call about 12:31 a.m. Saturday with the standard greeting: “911, where’s your emergency?” While no one on the other end responded, the call-taker could hear voices in the background.
Using cellphone locator data, deputies were dispatched to a home on Roland Drive where they traced the sound of the voices to a shed in the backyard. When deputies peered through an open window, they could see meth-making materials in plain view, investigators said.