Photo caption: Darren Cloyd displays an open window left by authorities last week after they condemned his mobile home at 515 W. 8th, Lot 9 as a contaminated meth lab site.Photo by Jim Headley/Fairbury Journal-News
In January 2013, Darren Cloyd was acquitted on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine.
He thought the case was in the past but last week representatives from Public Heath Solutions, with the assistance of the Fairbury Police Department, condemned Cloyds vacant mobile home, the place that prosecutors believed meth was made.
Right after Cloyd parked a semi-trailer in front of his mobile home on Thursday, authorities arrived to board up the abandoned trailer. Cloyd moved the trailer in place in an attempt to clean out the mobile home.
While the site was condemned by Public Heath, the Fairbury Police were there just to keep the peace.