Alleged Meth Lab Discovered in Horsham Days Inn

A meth lab was discovered at the Days Inn Hotel in Horsham Friday, according to several media reports.

A meth lab was discovered at the Days Inn Hotel in Horsham Friday, according to several media reports. 

According to Philly.com, Horsham Township Police discovered the alleged meth lab Friday afternoon after attempting to serve an unrelated arrest warrant. A 30-year-old man reportedly fled the scene by jumping out a third-floor window, reports said.

Police have identified Gary Long as the subject they are searching for in connection with the alleged meth lab. 

The hotel was evacuated as a state police team trained in dealing with volatile substances examined the room, according to Philly.com. Guests were allowed to go back into the hotel three hours later.

raechel April 09, 2014 at 07:57 AM
Have they caught him yet?
j weintraub April 19, 2014 at 05:19 PM
typical WT from warminster. He is very well known to local PD's. You think Horsham would have taken precautions to prevent him from jumping out of the window.
More garbage from Patch. April 26, 2014 at 02:58 AM
This gives a name of a suspect connected with a crime. It doesn't mean he is the guy or who they think was described as a 30 year old man fleeing and escaping arrest. Of course once again an article written without accuracy, drawing conclusions for the reader because we are not smart enough to think for ourselves. If we could think for ourselves and this was written honestly without nameing someone who may well be completely innocent, we would be bored to death by this no tallent excuse for a reporter. Instead lets encourage a witch hunt and hand out a guilty plea before the nasty clueless judges can make a fair decision based on facts. (Sarcasm) for those that wouldnt have been able to tell... He may be the guy but if he isnt the article isnt clear either way. Just sayin.
Paul E Hofer April 27, 2014 at 01:14 PM
Considering that the name given in the article was from the Police, I don't see the issue here. If you don't like the Patch, don't read it.
More garbage from Patch. April 27, 2014 at 10:39 PM
Yeah, Im sure the police have a very good reason for investigating that guy. He probably had something to do with it or knows something about it. He may even be the guy that jumped and escaped that day. The problem is that no one knows if he was the guy or just someone loosely connected to the payment method for the room. My problem is based on the writing and the subsequent posts about the stories, I can see if not read carefully, or criticality, messages of bias, gossip, drama, and exaduration is whats being absorbed by the public. These messages over time brainwash those in my community and those slightly incorrect or completely wrong facts are then acted on potentially makeing our lives more difficult in any way you can imagine. Some of these or more are great and the concept here is also great. Im purely just trying to open some of these readers eyes to a different perspective so that clear decisions can be a possibility.


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