JENNINGS COUNTY, Ind. -- Five people were arrested after an active meth lab was found in Jennings County Friday.
Deputies serving a search warrant at a home in the Crystal Glades subdivision found a large active methamphetamine production operation in the basement of the home, according to a police report.
Police said they also found items used to sell meth, marijuana and syringes.
Police said they arrested 52-year-old Kimberly Murray, Katlyn Vera, 21, Kenneth Barnett, 41, Thomas Tucker, 23, and Jarod Nolker, 20.
All five are charged with manufacturing meth, possession of meth and several other drug-related offenses. Barnett was also wanted on warrants out of Bartholomew County on drug charges. Nolker is also charged with theft and forgery.
They are all being held at the Jennings County Jail.