ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Police responding to a domestic disturbance call reported finding a lot more cooking inside that northeast Albuquerque home.
Ilsa Westmark faced a judge in Metropolitan Court judge Sunday on a drug-trafficking charge.
According to a criminal complaint, Westmark, 43, and Jason McDaniel, 44, were cooking meth inside their bedroom.
Police were called to their home Saturday after someone said they heard yelling coming from the home, the complaint added.
When officers made it inside they said they found fabric softener boiling on the stove and Westmark in a bedroom with materials used to make meth.
The arrests left neighbors concerned.
"I have children, and we're in very close proximity," Heidi Pacheco told KRQE News 13. "Not something that you want to raise a family around."
Pacheco said she wasn't that surprised because she says there were always a lot of people going in and out her neighbors' home.
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