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Deputies Discover Meth Lab, Sleeping Toddler In Tulsa Home

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Pictures of Clayton Waldon and Jordan Cluff. Pictures of Clayton Waldon and Jordan Cluff.
TULSA, Oklahoma -

Tulsa County Sheriff's deputies searching a home where an active meth lab was located in the basement Sunday morning found a 1-year-old boy sleeping in a bedroom.

Deputies arrested two men in the home, Clayton Waldon, 43, and Jordan Cluff, 30.

According to jail records, both men told deputies the toddler's mother did not know about the meth lab.

The home is located in the 1200 block of South Quaker.

Waldon and Cluff were booked into the Tulsa County jail on a variety of drug complaints as well as a complaint of child endangerment.

Waldon posted bond and has been released. Cluff remains in jail on a bond of $52,500.

Both men are scheduled for a December 4th court appearance.

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