LAWRENCE COUNTY, Ky. (WSAZ) -- Two men have been busted for making meth at a house in Lawrence County, Ohio.
Thursday night, deputies with the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office, went to a home on Nebo Road to investigate a report of meth-making. When they arrived, deputies say they a found a burn pile with multiple items in it that are used to make meth.
Deputies say the men had thrown a shake and bake lab, along with other manufacturing products into a stove in an out-building in an attempt to destroy the evidence.
They also found one of the suspects in that building.
They arrested Michael Diamond, 39, of Catlettsburg and Jonathan Adkins, 38, of Louisa on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine and tampering with physical evidence.
Both men are being held in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center.
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