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MEMPHIS — Two people were arrested Friday and a third suspect is being sought after the Clark County Sheriff’s Department raided a home suspected as being used as a methamphetamine lab.

Misty Stacy, 32, and Patricia K. White, 25, were arrested Friday when members of the Clark County Sheriff’s Special Operations Unit, its Detective Division and Indiana State Police meth lab chemists executed a search warrant on a home in the 2000 block of Crone Road in Memphis.

According to a press release from the sheriff’s department, when police raided the home they found the two females along with several items used to manufacture methamphetamine. Police say they also found several baggies of meth on Stacy.

The sheriff’s department believes the meth being produced at the home was being sold in Clark County and in Austin.

Stacy, whose residence was listed as Lexington, Ky., was charged with dealing methamphetamine more than three grams, a class A felony; manufacturing methamphetamine, a B felony; possession of a precursor, a C felony; possession of methamphetamine more than three grams, a C felony; maintaining a common nuisance, a D felony.

White, listed as an Austin resident, was charged with aiding in the manufacturing of methamphetamine, a B felony; possession of a precursor, a C felony; and visiting a common nuisance, an A misdemeanor.

The third suspect, Christopher M. Kiviniemi, 37, who has the residence listed as his home address was not present during the raid. A warrant was issued for Kiviniemi for the same charges as Stacy, according to the press release.

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