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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB) -- Two people face various drug charges involving what Frankfort Police say was a meth lab on Old Glens Creek Road.
Even as officers arrived at the location they received complaints about, they saw a truck that had been described as belonging to the suspects. They were given permission to search the truck and officers say they found several packs of pseudoephedrine and other items used to make meth.
After a search warrant for the property was issued, the Kentucky State Police meth lab cleanup team made the property safe, and a search began.
Police say they found equipment used to cook meth, as well as more ingredients. They also say they found some marijuana.
43-year-old Raymond Eastman of Frankfort and 33-year-old Connie Sturgeon of Magnolia, Kentucky were arrested. They face charges of making meth along with various possession charges.