Officers were led to the entrance of the residence of Marty Woodruff, officers used force to enter the residence since Woodruff refused to answer the door. Woodruff was located trying to exit the western half of his residence, the affidavit said no other occupants were located on his side of residence. Moore was informed by Detective Carson and Officer Whitely that a bag with a crystal like substance (believed to be methamphetamine) found swirling in the toilet. According to the affidavit, “due to the fear of the substance flushing down the drain or dissolving, Detective Carson removed it from the toilet and placed it on the counter.” Woodruff was informed of his Miranda Rights and he verbally acknowledged he understood and agreed to talk to Moore. Woodruff said the methamphetamine didn’t belong to him, but it belonged to Brandon Prather and he threw it in the toilet. Moore discovered this to be untrue, due to the fact Prather was located in the eastern bedroom with a sleeping infant on his chest. Moore said Prather looked like he had just woken up, from the officers walking into the room. According to the affidavit, “Throughout the residence I located numerous pieces of alumin...