Zombie-Like Drug Suspect Arrested In Baldwin County

Zombie-Like Drug Suspect Arrested In Baldwin County

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BON SECOUR, Alabama -

At a house on County Road 49 in Bon Secour, a scene right out of a Hollywood zombie flick unfolded in front of sheriff's deputies.

Luke Harris, allegedly high on crystal meth and in violation of a restraining order, got out of his car and approached his ex wife.

But before Harris confronted his ex, investigators say Harris simply stopped and stood in her yard for hours.

"We got a call from the ex-wife saying he was in the yard and staring at the ground for more than two hours," says Capt. Steve Arthur with the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office. "We deputies got there, he was still staring off into space."

Deputies found components used to make crystal meth, burglar tools, sledgehammers, a Halloween mask and a sawed-off shotgun in Harris' car.

Two of Harris' friends were sleeping in the car next to the meth lab and the sawed-off.

All three were arrested on multiple felony charges.

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