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Last updated on Friday, May 16, 2008
(BIRDSEYE) - State police from the Jasper District took down a suspected meth lab in Crawford County yesterday.
State police say, while executing a search warrant at the IN-64 home of 44-year-old Danny Campbell and 34-year-old Cindy Crawhorn, troopers found articles used to manufacture meth via the red phosphorus method, as well as a substance suspected to be finished methamphetamine.
Both Campbell and Crawhorn were taken to Crawford County jail charged with manufacturing meth.
The red phosphorus method to make meth typically involves such substances as drain cleaner, brake cleaner and road flares.
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