Louisville Metro Police arrest five people on manufacturing meth charge
The five suspects were arrested on Sunday.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Louisville Metro Police have arrested five people on charges of manufacturing meth.
Michael Miller, 27, Samantha Plummer, 28, Charles Everett, 23, Amber Howell, 25, and Reginald Carter, 63, were arrested Sunday in the 900 block of South Floyd Street, near East Kentucky Street.
Official police records state that officers went to the scene on a call regarding a possible discarded meth lab. When police arrived at the scene, they located two plastic bottles on a back porch. The bottles contained a "substance in the bottom that is indicative of manufacturing crystal methamphetamine."
Police say officers then knocked on the door of the residence and spoke with Carter, who lived at the address. Officials say Carter allowed police to search the residence. Investigators say police uncovered a duffel bag that contained several items used to make meth.
Miller, Plummer, Everett, Howell and Carter are all charged with manufacturing meth. Everett faces an additional charge of possession of a controlled substance.
All five are being held at Louisville Metro Corrections.
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