CABIN CREEK, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Troopers say a meth cook was happening at a home in Cabin Creek with a child inside.
West Virginia State Police say the cook was found in the 4800-block of Cabin Creek Road.
Troopers say they were responding to a fight call early Sunday Morning.
Kimberly Alderman told troopers her boyfriend Charles Rumburg had attacked her.
When troopers arrived they say they smelled strong chemicals.
A search of the house found meth items and a child inside.
The pair was charged with operating a meth lab, exposing children to meth and conspiracy.
Runberg was also charged with domestic battery. Troopers say they also found out he was a fugitive from Texas.
Both were taken to the South Central Regional Jail.
Troopers say the child is now staying with a relative.
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