Investigators Uncover Active Meth Lab Inside Portsmouth Home

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A man was in jail Friday after a 'one pot' meth lab was discovered in his home.

Investigators entered Dustin E. Carver's Dever Street home Thursday morning after receiving a tip that methamphetamine was being made there.

Once inside the home, authorities discovered materials used to make meth and an active one pot cook. A one pot meth cook is an operation where ordinary products are combined in a container, like a one liter soda bottle, to make meth.

Carver was ordered held under $175,000 bond. He was being held at the Scioto County Jail.

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