Update posted Wednesday, January 16 at 8:50 a.m.:
An Aurora residence where a meth lab was discovered Monday was also an in-home day care.
According to a number of parents who once used the service, Ladybug Daycare was ran by Teresa Knigga. She and Jeremy Knigga were arrested on methamphetamine charges.
It is unclear if any children were being watched at the home when the meth lab was active. Two juveniles were found during the Monday evening police search and were given to the care of relatives.
The Kniggas as well as a third suspect, Billy Robinson, remain held in the Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center as of Wednesday morning awaiting their initial hearing in court.
Original story posted Tuesday, January 15 at 2:21 p.m.:
(Aurora, Ind.) - Dearborn County authorities are investigating a meth lab that was found on Cole Lane in Aurora Monday evening.
Acting on a tip, Dearborn County Special Crimes Unit detectives went to a home at 10457 Cole Lane at about 8:15 p.m. They would discover a quantity of methamphetamine and a number of other items associated with the manufacturing of methamphetamine, a press release from the Dearborn-Ohio County Prosecutor’s Office said.
Members of the Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Unit responded to help assist with safely disposing of the meth lab.
Three people were arrested at the residence. While names were not provided, arrest records show that two residents of the Cole Lane address were booked into the Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center Monday evening.
Jeremy Knigga, 36, is held on a preliminary charge of Manufacture of Methamphetamine (Class B felony). Teresa Knigga, 41, and Billy Robinson, 34, are each held for Conspiracy to Commit Manufacture of Methamphetamine (Class B felony).
The release said more arrests are possible as the investigation is continuing.