FOUNTAIN COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - Three people sit in the Fountain County Jail Thursday after deputies say they were found with items used to make meth.
According to the Fountain County Sheriff's Office, at roughly 5:30 p.m. Wednesday deputies served a search warrant on a mobile home in Kingman, Ind.
Inside, deputies said they found several items used in the manufacture of methamphetamine. They said they discovered multiple "one pot" labs.
A woman was also arrested near the home with an active "one pot" lab in her purse.
Deputies arrested 21-year-old Kayla Byers of Kingman, 59-year-old John Perry of Veedersburg and 32-year-old Isaac Blankenbeckler of Kingman.
All three were booked in the jail for manufacturing and possessing meth.
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