Deputies Hurt In Meth Bust

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Updated: 5/02/2012 5:57 pm
A traffic stop in Lincoln County lands two deputies in the hospital and two people in jail.

The Lincoln County sheriff's office says David Roberts and Keesha Saylor were arrested for making methamphetamine and endangering the lives of police officers.

Deputies say they got a call about some trespassers, which led them to stop the pair who both had outstanding warrants.
After searching their car, officers say they found the beginnings of a meth lab that exploded when the car moved.

Two deputies inhaled fumes and went to the hospital. Roberts and Saylor are at the Lincoln County jail.

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