(Laurel, Ind.) - Indiana State Police have taken down another meth lab in southeast Indiana.
On Tuesday, the Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Unit and sheriffs deputies from Franklin and Decatur counties served a warrant at a home at 136 Neff Street in Laurel after learning that meth was possibly being manufactured there.
As police were on scene, two suspects arrived at the home. Troopers found the two men –Terrance W. Isaacs, 20, of Laurel and Eric Gentry, 18, of Connersville – each in possession of precursors to make a fresh batch of meth.
This bust comes just seven days after police busted another meth lab on South Street in Laurel. Three people were arrested and charged in connection with that incident.
Isaacs and Gentry are both being held at the Franklin County Jail in Brookville. They are each charged with one count of Conspiracy to Manufacture Methamphetamine, a Class B Felony.