TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - A one-pot methamphetamine lab state troopers said was one of the biggest they'd ever seen leads to three felony charges for a trio of Tippecanoe County residents.
Prosecutors said Michael Pulley, his twin brother Jonathon, and Jonathon's wife Sara, are charged with dealing in meth, conspiracy to commit dealing in meth, and possession of meth.
As News 18 already reported, a tip to the Department of Child Services led Sheriff's deputies to a home in the Lexington Farms subdivision near Faith Christian School.
At the time, investigators said they believed the lab they found inside had been in operation for about a year.
Prosecutors said Jonathon admitted manufacturing and selling the drug, Michael admitted using meth and helping make it, and Sara admitted getting materials to make the meth and being present for some of the deals.
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