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The Greenwood City Police Department has arrested a woman after finding a meth lab inside E Cambridge Apartments on Saturday.
39-year-old Jennifer Stamey Malone has been charged with improper disposal of methamphetamine.
According to reports officers responded to E Cambridge Apartments on Saturday around 11:30 am after receiving a call of a civil disturbance and possible meth lab inside one of the apartments. Police say they while they were speaking with the subjects involved in the disturbance if there was a meth lab inside one of the apartments, one of the subjects said yes, claiming there was a meth lab in his apartment in front of the couch. Police say the man described the “lab” as being a drink bottle with clear liquid inside and coffee filters, items used in a methamphetamine manufacturing technique commonly referred to as “shake and bake.”
According to reports, Malone’s mother lives at the apartment complex.
The discovery of the “lab” forced crews from the Greenwood City Fire Department and the Greenwood City Police Department to evacuate residents from the building which mostly houses senior citizens. The Greenwood Interagency Drug Enforcement Unit also responded.
All of the apartments, with the exception of two units have been re-opened for residents. A private company has been brought in to clean the two apartments affected by the apparent meth lab.

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