CHESAPEAKE, Ohio (WSAZ) -- Two people were arrested Wednesday evening after detectives say they found an active meth lab inside a home in Chesapeake, Ohio
It happened about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday on Township Road 309.
Detectives from the Lawrence County Drug Task Force say they had gone to the home to serve warrants on the two people after they were recently indicted on drug charges by a grand jury.
Investigators arrested Tonya Burrgraff, 45, and Kevin Sloan, 30, on charges of possession and trafficking meth.
Firefighters and a HazMat crew spent a couple hours neutralizing the lab and cleaning up the products.