LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- A Louisville man is facing charges after police said he caused an explosion while cooking meth.
Cory Gibson is charged with wanton endangerment.
He was arrested Tuesday afternoon at his home in the 300 block of Southwestern Parkway. Police said an explosion happened while he was making meth, damaging the home and putting other people in danger.
In 2009, Gibson was convicted of manslaughter, in the death of Zoann McCampbell. Her body was found near a dumpster in Shively in 2007. Gibson told police he strangled McCampbell while the two were having sex at the Louisville Manor Motel.