Two arrested after Kentucky deputies find “one-step meth lab” in car

Police found an active "one-step meth lab" in the car. / (Knox County Sheriff's Office)

KNOX COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT) -- Two people were arrested Monday in connection with having and making meth in Knox County, Ky.

Deputies with the Knox County Sheriff's Office said after pulling over a vehicle, they found 51-year-oldLisa Callebs had an active "one-step meth lab" in her car.

They also located three small plastic bags of meth in the vehicle.

A nearby home was also searched in connection to the arrest. At the home, deputies arrested 42-year-old Johnathan Hall and charged him with possession of a controlled substance first-degree.

Callebs is charged with manufacturing meth, trafficking in a controlled substance first-degree and unlawful possession of meth precursor.

Both Callebs and Hall are in the Knox County Detention Center.

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