Woman accused of making meth in apartment

Local resident, 43, behind bars, facing felony charges.
Cary Ashby
Aug 27, 2014


A woman was arrested Monday on an allegation she was manufacturing methamphetamine in a Bellevue apartment.

Julie A. Singleton, 43, of 115-B Thomas Drive, Bellevue, was charged with illegal manufacturing of drugs, illegal possession of chemicals to manufacture drugs, deception to obtain a dangerous drug and three misdemeanor counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. She was arrested and transported to the Sandusky County Jail.

"Additional charges for felony possession are pending test results from the laboratory at BCI," said Bellevue Police Chief Mark Kaufman, referring to the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation.

At 5:38, a woman notified police she was at a friend's house "when she found out that the individual had a meth lab in her house," according to the initial police report. The tipster couldn't provide Singleton's last name, but she knew the suspect's first name was Julie.

Just after 9 p.m., police, BCI agents and the Sandusky County Sheriff's Office used a search warrant at 119 Thomas Dr. Apt. F. Authorities used information in their ongoing investigation to obtain the warrant approved and signed by Judge Tom Aigler of Bellevue Municipal Court.

"Officers executed this search warrant and secured the scene. Upon searching the apartment, officers located suspected methamphetamine cooking pots and BCI deemed the area to be unsafe," Kaufman said in a prepared statement.

Police Sgt. Tom Saleski determined there were two juveniles in the residence, police said, and contacted Sandusky County Children Services.

"The Bellevue Fire Department was contacted and responded to assist with the scene. Officers evacuated residents from their apartments that were directly touching the affected apartment, for the safety of the residents," Kaufman said.

BCI agents took over the scene and with the assistance of firefighters, removed the suspected meth cook pots along with other items involved from the apartment.

"The suspected methamphetamine cooking pots were neutralized by BCI and gathered for evidence," Kaufman said.



now there's a quality cover shot for my soon to be released "girls of cbcf" calendar!


...bang on, it has all of the elements, props, for a truly breathtaking cover ...can't wait!!!


Meth people always look really REALLY old for their age. I have yet to see a sexy foxxy meth anything. It is also one of the few drugs you can do and remain really fat. Does it give you the muchies? And considering what is may be made from, do the users ever have colds or sinus problems?


a woman who can cook is sexy. she seems to know her way around the kitchen. im going to ask her to marry me!

Cliff Cannon

Mikey : You better think this through. Obviously, a entrepreneur, with a fast growing calendar business, is a major catch. No doubt, you have women chasing you, like a cat chases a mouse.

Then, I agree with that old cliché " lovin don't last good cookin' do " So I understand where you are coming from by thinking marriage right off. Of course, it is honorable as well, to not leave behind a 'spoiled women' in one's wake.

Still, speaking for no one but myself. It just doesn't seem right to me if you get married.( It be kind of like Hugh Hefner getting married, if you know what I mean.) So please think it through as well as have a great day.


you're right. after thinking it through, that's not my kind of kitchen..

Ben Crazy

Twin Lakes Finest Waitress!

Ben Crazy

Twin Lakes Finest Waitress!


...twin posts, spot on!


But she wasn't making it for herself. It was for a friend who was in real pain! She was only making enough to get them through till their next doctor's visit!


Lmao. This is one of the best mugshots posted on here in a while. They should do them all like this instead of making them look like passport photos.


Agreed. This is Bellevue.



shovelhead's picture

I hate it when my friends turn me in for cooking meth.


Tom Petty/You get me high "You give something so deep."