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Louisville police say smoking window leads to discovery of meth lab

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Jay B. White (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections) Jay B. White (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections)
Jaimi Crabtree (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections) Jaimi Crabtree (Source: Louisville Metro Corrections)
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A fire run to a Louisville residence led to the arrest of two people after police say firefighters found something illegal inside the home.

According to arrest reports, officers were called to a residence at N. 21st Street, near W. Main Street, at 8:30 p.m. Friday, to assist the fire department.

Police say firefighters entered the home to search for the source of smoke that had been coming from a second story window. While inside, they allegedly found chemicals in the rafters of the first floor laundry room. Police say firefighters found a two-liter bottle of an unidentified powder and a one-pot meth lab.

Two people -- a man and a woman -- were taken into custody. They included 29-year-old Jay B. White and 25-year-old Jaimi K. Crabtree. Both are charged with manufacturing meth.

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