Butane Honey oil lab explodes in apartment

Butane Honey oil lab explodes in apartment

Originally published as a San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office Facebook post – 

“Shortly before 830 am, our office received several calls reporting an explosion near the 4200 block of E. Waterloo Road in Stockton.

Our deputies arrived at the incident location and found several people injured, some of which were taken to nearby hospitals for treatment.

We are recommending that you stay out of the area until they determine what exactly caused the explosion.

Update as of 02:40 pm:

The explosion that occurred this morning inside one of the apartments at the Stockton Inn was confirmed to be a “butane honey oil lab”.

Nicole Rodriguez, 20, was treated and released from a local hospital and then arrested and booked into the San Joaquin County jail for manufacturing a controlled substance and willful cruelty to a child.

Her 38-year old boyfriend was seriously injured during the explosion, and will also be facing similar charges when he’s released.

The main victim in this story is a three-month-old, who luckily was not injured. The child was also taken to a nearby hospital to be checked out and then released into the care of social services.

No one else was injured during this incident.”



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