BOYD COUNTY, Ky. (WSAZ) -- Four people are behind bars after a meth lab bust in Boyd County, Kentucky.
The Boyd County Sheriff's Office tells WSAZ.com they received a tip about a meth lab in the 2100-block of Ike Patton Road in Summit.
When they got on scene Friday, Sgt. Robert Donta tells WSAZ.com the owner of the mobile home invited deputies inside, and told them there was a meth lab cooking that could explode at any minute.
Along with the active meth lab and morphine tablets found inside the home, deputies found two old meth labs in a dumpster in front of the home.
Doug Menshouse, the homeowner, Derrick Caudill, Brent Johnson and Angela Bailey were arrested and charged with manufacturing meth, unlawful possession of meth precursors, and trafficking controlled substance.