Man Charged With Having Meth Lab In London Home

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Updated: 2/14/2013 7:21 pm
A London man was arrested and charged with having a working meth lab in the bedroom of a home where a 12-year old girl lived, according to the Laurel County Sheriff's Office.

Investigators said a complaint led them to the home on Haley Ridge Road, two miles east of London on Thursday.

The Sheriff's Office said Tony E. Chancy, 49, of London, was charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine, 1st Offense, Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon, Possession of a Handgun by a Convicted Felon and Controlled Substance Endangerment to Child, 4th Degree.

Investigators said a 9mm handgun and .22 rifle were found with the meth lab.

Chancy was lodged in the Laurel County Detention Center in London.

The Sheriff's Office special team dismantled the reported meth lab.

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