Deputies: Meth Lab In Pulaski County Went Up In Flames

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Updated: 5/01/2013 10:54 pm
Pulaski County deputies say six people from Somerset face drug charges after meth labs were found in their home.

And the Sheriff's Office says one of the active labs went up in flames during the clean up process.

Detectives say a tip led them to a home off Highway 3091.

They say they searched the house and found two active methamphetamine labs and items used to make drugs.

According to deputies, four children were inside the home.

They were taken to the hospital to be checked out and were later released to relatives.

The Sheriff's Office says no one was hurt.
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