Two arrested in active meth lab find

Two were arrested when detectives found an active meth lab which took several hours afterward to cleanup.

Friday, April 25th, deputies with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office issued a search warrant for 349 Alamo Road in Calvert City where they found an active methamphetamine lab.

Kenneth Clouse, 27 and Lindsey Collins 22 were arrested on various meth charges and for outstanding warrants in both Marshall and McCracken Counties.

Detectives found various meth manufacturing items as well as marijuana from the home.

Clouse and Collins were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine 1st offense, possession of controlled substance 1st degree (meth), possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Both are lodged in the Marshall County Detention Center.

The Possom Trot Department assisted with the several hour-long cleanup.

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