Citizen tip leads Lebanon police to meth lab

Jacob Smith • May 14, 2018 at 2:00 PM

Lebanon police officers found a methamphetamine lab at a home on Webster Lane on Friday night after a citizen complained of possible drug activities.

According to Lebanon police Sgt. P.J. Hardy, officers responded to the area and spoke with two people in front of lot No. 10. They gave consent for the officers to enter the trailer, where they found items used to make methamphetamine, as well as a large sum of money.

The residents were removed from the property, and it was quarantined. State law will require the property owner to have a licensed inspection and remediation at his or her own expense before it can be re-inhabited. The owner will also be responsible for the cost of the cleanup process.

Charges for the residents were pending a grand jury indictment.

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