Three Scott County residents were arrested of a variety of drug charges when police found a meth lab in a residence east of Crothersville.
Officers with the Indiana State Police went to a home at 3107 East Peacock Road in Scott County after being alerted by a neighbor of a possible meth lab in operation. As the trooper arrived and began his investigation a search of the home revealed three active Methamphetamine Labs, according to ISP Sgt. Jerry Goodin.
“A search of the home and property located chemicals that are commonly associated with the manufacturing of Methamphetamine,” Goodin said. In addition to the items related to the manufacture of methamphetamine, several guns were also confiscated from the home.
Homeowners, Claude Hamblin, 29, and Kimberly Hamblin, 30, were charged with dealing with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine. A visitor at the home, Patricia White, 25, of Austin, was charged with maintaining and visiting a common nuisance.
All three were incarcerated in the Scott County Jail.