Arrests Made After Meth Lab Found

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Updated: 4/09/2012 6:00 pm
Laurel County police arrested a man and woman, after the discovery of a meth lab in an occupied vehicle on Keller Road , five miles west of London on Sunday night.

Police say a man and woman were in a black Chevrolet Blazer found parked at a business on Keller Road, after the sheriff’s office received numerous complaints of drug dealing occurring near there.Deputies found a one step meth lab in the vehicle, and approximately one half gram of meth was located in the vehicle. A loaded .22 caliber derringer pistol was discovered in the male's back pocket.

Police dismantled the meth lab, and arrested James B. Belcher, 27, of London; and Samantha C. Brock, 24. Both are charged with manufacturing meth and possession of a controlled substance. Belcher and Brock were taken to the Laurel County Detention Facility.

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