Four suspects arrested at meth lab in Kentucky

Raquel Erhard – Fourth Estate Cooperative Contributor

Louisville, KY, United States (4E) – Police have taken into custody Thursday four people suspected of manufacturing meth inside a home in Louisville, Kentucky.

The arrest report stated officers conducting a drug investigation searched a residence on Phyllis Avenue on Thursday night and discovered a working meth lab, including multiple pots, generators, digital scales and other equipment.

Police said a .25 caliber pistol was also found in the scene.

The arrested suspects have been identified as 34-year-old Felicia N. Jeffreys, 21-year-old Joshua Morris, 27-year-old Jenna Hall and 43-year-old Donald Morris.

They are facing charges of manufacturing meth and trafficking in a controlled substance.

Police documents revealed two children were found living in the home during the arrest and their room has been tested positive for a controlled substance.

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