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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - A Louisville man was taken into police custody at around 5 p.m. Tuesday for having a meth lab in his home.
Jason Wulf was arrested by authorities after they found that he had a meth lab at his apartment on Standing Oak Dr., according to an arrest report.
Police responded after they received a complaint about what smelled like a possible meth lab at Wulf's home. When officers arrived at the home, they noticed the strong scent of meth and also saw that the windows to the apartment were covered.
Officers were given written consent to search the apartment. The officers located evidence that meth was being manufactured in the apartment in a back bedroom, according to police records. Items uncovered by officers included Coleman fuel, pseudo ephedrine, tubing, and coffee filters. Police also uncovered a scale and a gold container that held unspecified pills.
Authorities also reportedly found an active meth lab in a 32 oz. bottle. A meth clean team responded to the scene and the health department was also notified about the crime. Wulf reportedly admitted that each of the items found by authorities belonged to him.
Wulf is charged with manufacturing meth, trafficking a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, and possessing drug paraphernalia.