There are new details on an alleged meth lab that was discovered in West Virginia on Thursday.
Police busted a suspected meth lab Wednesday evening in Lawrence County.
Police were called to an abandoned home in Clairton Saturday where they say they found a non-operational meth lab.
A man who blew himself up in a truck outside a western Pennsylvania residence that was also leveled in the blast was due in court for sentencing over illegal chemical charges at time of the explosion, court records show.
According to state police, they found the ingredients for a meth lab inside a cooler on Route 22 near Blairsville.
A local man remains in jail and is facing charges after state police in Butler County say they found “an active methamphetamine lab inside of a van.” Police say 31-year-old Justin Stackhouse is accused of converting the van parked on Cherry Valley Road in Saxonburg into a fully functional meth lab.
Two men from Arkansas were arrested after state police say an apparent meth lab was discovered in a home in Washington County.
Officials in Armstrong County arrested nine people overnight suspected of being involved in two separate meth labs.
State and local authorities raided a meth lab in Armstrong County. Agents converged at the home located at 508 North Sixth Street in Apollo Borough around 6 a.m. on Thursday.
Police in Armstrong County conducted a raid at an active meth lab Friday morning and arrested four people.
More than 30 drug dealers are off local streets after a massive drug sweep by state police. Around half of those wanted were taken into custody and state police have warrants for even more. The […]