3 Arrested in Livingston for Manufacturing Meth, LIVINGSTON, February 2, 2012 - During the early morning hours of January 31, 2012, the Polk County Sheriff's Office responded to a call of suspicious activity on Burchfield Road (off Mangum Road). Sergeant William Jerry was dispatched and upon arrival observed a white male exit a travel trailer. The man has been identified as Paul Alan Rogers, 23, of Coldspring. Jerry approached Rogers and smelled a heavy chemical smell coming from the travel trailer. Jerry established contact with occupants of the trailer and had two more people step outside (Stephanie Moffett, 25, of Goodrich and James Dwight Christian, 26, of Livingston). All three suspects were detained as narcotics detectives from the Sheriff's Office were summoned and a search warrant was executed for the trailer. Detectives uncovered a methamphetamine lab and several chemicals used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine. Lieutenant Andy Lowrie stated to PolkCountyToday.com that "without the community's involvement on watching their neighborhood, chances are this behavior would have continued as this location". Paul Rogers, Stephanie Moffett and James Christian were booked into Polk County jail and charged with manufacture/delivery of methamphetamine (a first degree felony). They were also charged with possession or transport of certain chemicals with the intent to manufacture (also a felony).