POLICE: Four suspects arrested at meth lab in Louisville - WDRB 41 Louisville News

POLICE: Four suspects arrested at meth lab in Louisville

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Felicia Jeffreys (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections) Felicia Jeffreys (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections)
Donald Morris (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections) Donald Morris (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections)
Joshua Morris (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections) Joshua Morris (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections)
Jenna Hall (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections) Jenna Hall (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Police say they uncovered dangerous and illegal activity taking place behind the four walls of a Louisville home.

Detectives searched a home on Phyllis Avenue, just south of the intersection of S. 7th St. and Central Avenue, Thursday evening.

Inside, they allegedly found a working meth lab, including multiple pots, generators, digital scales and other equipment.

Police say they also found a .25 caliber pistol.

Two children were also found living in the home, according to arrest reports.

Police arrested 34-year-old Felicia N. Jeffreys, 21-year-old Joshua Morris, 27-year-old Jenna Hall and 43-year-old Donald Morris.

All four of them were charged with manufacturing meth and trafficking in a controlled substance.

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