Richmond Police: Traffic Stop Leads To Discovery Of Suspected Mobile Meth Lab

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Updated: 8/02/2013 8:34 pm
A traffic stop Friday afternoon led to the discovery of a possible mobile meth lab, two arrests and the shutdown of a section of Main Street in Richmond, according to Police.

Investigators said a possible meth lab was found in the floorboard of a vehicle following a traffic stop.

Police said an officer pulled over a vehicle with two women inside after noticing the driver wasn't wearing a seat belt.

Police said that ultimately led to the discovery of the suspected meth lab.

A Hazardous Materials team was called-in to clean it up.

Main Street was closed between Aspen and Perrish Street.

The names of the two women taken into custody haven't been released.

Main Street was reopened around 6:00 p.m.
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