Detectives with the Central Ohio Drug Enforcement Task Force discovered an active meth lab on Friday.
According to the Perry County Sheriff’s Office, who assisted with the discovery, two men were arrested in connection with the manufacturing of meth.
Detectives served a search warrant at a home located in the 100 block of West Gay Street in Somerset. Sheriff’s officials said it was the second search warrant that had been served at the home in connection with meth-making.
Earlier in the month, the Somerset Fire Department was dispatched to the house after a report of a trash fire and then located meth lab materials, sheriff’s officials said.
Detectives said that the search of the West Gay Street home on Friday led them to another home, located in the 100 block of South Main Street in Glenford, where detectives said that they found two men actively making meth in the garage.
The two, who officials did not immediately identify because charges were pending, were arrested and taken to the Southeast Ohio Regional Jail.
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