Danville Police: Couple Arrested Had Bed Bugs

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Updated: 6/06/2012 5:45 pm
Two people arrested on domestic violence charges in Danville told officials they had bed bugs.

Police say Lisa McManus and Thomas McManus were both decontaminated before being taken to jail.

Both were arrested at their home on Caldwell Street in Danville, and charged with fourth degree assault.

Danville police say 11 fire, police and jail personnel were also decontaminated as a precautionary measure, and add that the bed bugs never made it inside the Boyle County Detention Center.

Both Lisa and Thomas McManus are currently being held in the Boyle County Detention Center.
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