Edmond Police Identify Couple Injured In Mobile Meth Lab Explosion
EDMOND, Oklahoma - Police have released the names of a man and woman injured Monday night when a mobile meth lab in a recreational vehicle exploded.
Police say registered sex offender Owen Lee Dandridge, 43, and Christina Lee Martin, 36, were injured in the blast at Scissortail Park at Arcadia lake. Dandridge is from Kellyville and was convicted of two counts of rape and two counts of forcible sodomy in Pawnee County in 1999. He also has a history of drug offenses.
Martin is from Mounds and has an outstanding warrant out of Creek County for bail jumping and bogus checks.
Martin received third-degree burns on 50 percent of her body during the explosion, and Dandridge received severe burns to his face. They are both being treated at the burn unit of Integris Baptist Hospital. Detectives said they cannot speak with either suspect yet because of their injuries.