KANAWHA COUNTY, W.VA. (WSAZ) -- Two people have been arrested, accused of making meth in a home where a young child lived.
Loynda Boggess, 37, of Kenna, W.Va., and Mark Kessel, 51, of Cross Lanes, W.Va., were arrested at the home in the 5000 block of Dublin Road in Cross Lanes on Saturday
According to the criminal complaint, troopers went to home after getting an anonymous tip about drug activity.
Troopers say when arrived they could smell a strong meth odor. Troopers then got a search warrant after finding no one at home when they knocked on the door.
Inside the house they found meth making materials. They also say they found a stolen rifle.
Troopers say Kessel's young daughter lived in the home.
Both Kessel and Boggess face numerous charges, including exposing children to meth.
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