PINE VILLAGE, Ind. (WLFI) - Three people were arrested early Saturday morning after an off-duty police officer discovered a meth lab in Pine Village.
According to the Warren County Sheriff's Office, the officer was driving down Main Street in Pine Village around 1 a.m., when he smelled a strong chemical odor he believed to be meth.
The officer then called the Warren County Sheriff's Office. Deputies arrived on scene at 102 South Main St., and confirmed the smell as well.
Deputies received a search warrant to go inside of the home. Inside, they found a meth lab, as well as meth and drug paraphernalia.
Those arrested included 30-year-old Harold Kennington of Pine Village, 46-year-old Lisa Purcell of Williamsport and 45-year-old William Everett of Attica.
All three were booked into the Warren County Jail. Charges are pending at this time.
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