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CLARK COUNTY, Ind. — Three people face meth-related charges in Clark County after officers said they discovered a clandestine lab in a Memphis home.

Sheriff’s officials said people in the home were cooking methamphetamine at a home on Crone Road and supplying Clark County residents with the finished product.
Misty Stacy, of Lexington, Ky., and Patricia White, of Austin, Ind., were arrested at the time of the search.
Indiana State Police meth lab chemists were also present during the search.
Several items used to make meth were discovered in the home, police said. Stacy also had small bags of meth with her, according to police.
An arrest warrant will be issued by the Clark County prosecutor’s office for Christopher M. Kiviniemi, of Memphis, Ind., police said.
Stacy was arrested on charges of possession of a precursor (C felony), maintaining a common nuisance (D felony), manufacturing methamphetamine (B felony), dealing in methamphetamine over 3 grams (A felony) and possession of methamphetamine over 3 grams (C felony).
White was arrested on charges of possession of a precursor (C felony), visiting a common nuisance (A misdemeanor) and aiding in the manufacturing of methamphetamine (B felony).
Police said the warrant for Kiviniemi would be for charges of possession of a precursor (C felony), maintaining a common nuisance (D felony), manufacturing methamphetamine (B felony), dealing in methamphetamine over 3 grams (A felony) and possession of methamphetamine over 3 grams (C felony).

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