TRIMBLE COUNTY, Ky. – Two people were arrested Wednesday night after troopers with the Kentucky State Police found meth labs during the search of a home in Trimble County.
The Kentucky State Police said they were sent to a home in the 500 block of School Hollow Road to assist Social Services with a child abuse complaint. After receiving consent to search, troopers said they found several active meth labs throughout the home.
Chad Graves and Jack Hicks, both 27-years-old, were charged with manufacturing meth, endangering the welfare of a minor and other drug related offenses.
Four children inside the home at the time were placed with family members. One child was taken to Kosair Children’s Hospital for observation.