Update: Meth Lab Bust Lands Lexington Man In Jail

Lexington Police charged Gary Bablitz, 54, in connection to a meth lab bust in a home on Cheryl Lane Thursday.

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jg7719 - 5/31/2012 11:19 PM
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I can't say i'm shocked at all. Neighbors ALWAYS say, "Oh gosh, I would've never expected it in MY neighborhood." Yeah, Gardenside has been going downhill for at least 2 years now. I've seen so many scary, sketchy people in our neighborhood lately. Very, very sad. This was a wonderful neighborhood for families and kids for so many years. Sad that people want to try and turn it into a ghetto because of drugs. I can only hope that it gets better. We will definitely move within the next year or so.
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