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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Two people are now behind bars after police say they found them with meth inside an abandoned home.
According to an arrest report, police executed a search on the home on Watson Ln. near Sandray Blvd.
Inside the home, police say they found 50-year-old Selwyn Dixon and 40-year-old Marie Rhyne with a meth lab that had HCL generators, sulphuric acid, stripped lithium batteries, and digital scales, and packaged meth for sale.
The arrest report also states that when police questioned Dixon about his name he told officers his name was Brandon Dixon. When Officers then warned that giving a false name was a crime, Dixon revealed his real name was Selwyn Dixon.
Dixon already had several pending warrants for manufacturing meth and escape.
Both were charged with one count of manufacturing meth, and several other charges.