SUNNYVALE (KRON) — Police found a nonoperational meth lab in the home of a man already in custody for allegedly stalking his co-worker in Sunnyvale, according to Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety.
On Nov. 22, the 46-year-old victim told police she was being stalked be her co-worker, 49-year-old Christopher Oicles.
She reported that Oicles had been stalking her and was becoming more aggressive with his behavior, police said.
Police arranged a pre-text phone call between the victim and Oicles, in which he admitted to his behavior and wanting to be with her.
A meeting was set up between them where officers arrested him without incident.
In a consensual search of him home, police found multiple guns and tactical gear.
Oicles was booked into County jail for:
- Attempted kidnapping for rape
- Possession of an automatic weapon
- Two counts of possession of an assault weapon
- Manufacturing and possession of methamphetamine.
On Nov. 25 around 10:00 a.m., a search warrant was served on Oicles’ home in the 1200 block of N. Fair Oaks Ave.
The search warrant was for a methaphetamine manufacturing lab seen during the consensual search.
“The lab was not in operation at the time, so there was no immediate danger to the public,” police said.
The Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety Hazardous Materials Team removed several containers of household hazardous materials used in the manufacturing of meth.
1.2 grams of finished product was also located, according to police.
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