Two found with active meth lab on U.S. 80
Published 11:14 am Friday, October 5, 2012
A couple caught manufacturing methamphetamine was held without bail today, Sheriff Martin Pace said.
Kimberly Whitehead, 40, 75 Bovina Drive, and Randall Shane Hulett, 38, 3855 U.S. 80, were arrested at 12:04 this morning and charged with manufacture of methamphetamine, possession of precursor chemicals and possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell.
The two were arrested after investigators Mike Traxler and Stacy Rollison saw Whithead carry items into an outbuilding behind her home where the deputies found an active meth lab, Pace said.
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An Environmental Protection Agency team was called from Jackson to clean up the lab, Pace said.
Whitehead and Hulett were in the Warren County Jail this morning.