4 Arrested For Allegedly Running Meth Lab In Beaver Co.
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Police in Franklin Township joined the Pennsylvania State Police early Wednesday morning to arrest four suspects who reportedly were operating a meth lab.
Randy Mulhollen, a long-time native of Frisco, Beaver County, says he’s never seen anything like it.
“I heard them say, ‘We have a search warrant,’ and then all hell broke loose,” Mulhollen said. “There was two vans sitting here, SWAT team come out of here, SWAT team come out of the SWAT truck. There must have been 30 to 35 of them.”
Mulhollen says his neighbor who owns the house, along with two other men and a woman, all in their late-20s to early-30s, were taken out of 123 South Hazen Avenue in custody.
They are accused of running a meth lab out of the home.
Mulhollen says crews set up a staging area in the back of the home, laying out numerous items presumably used to make meth before officers took the evidence away.
He says he thought something may have been going on because the home had constant traffic coming day and night.
Police have not released the suspects’ names or what charges they face.