TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Four people are facing charges after police find a meth lab, but that's not all they found.
Just after 11:00 Thursday night, the Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Team, along with the Terre Haute Police Department Safe Streets Task Force, went to serve an arrest warrant on Jeffery Taylor at 2920 East Moyer Drive.
The warrant was for manufacturing meth.
In addition to finding items used to make meth inside the home, state police tell us they found Taylor along with three other people.
During the search of one of those people, Donald Denehie, police say they found a bomb on him!
I.S.P. immediately called in the bomb squad to detonate the bomb.
Denehie is charged with possession of a destructive device along with several meth related charges.
Also facing several drug related charges is Jeffery Taylor, Ricky Hamilton and Stephanie Frakes.
All four suspects are in the Vigo County jail.
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