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A female believed to be involved with the manufacture of methamphetamine in  Jefferson County has turned herself into authorities.

Beth A. Bush, 43, turned herself into the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office  at around 9 a.m. Monday morning, according to a press release.

Bush was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, distribution of a  controlled substance, manufacture of methamphetamine, and exposing a child to  dangerous drugs.

At about 7 a.m. Friday, deputies served a search warrant for drugs at the  James Jay Rasmussen residence, 70515 Hwy 15., about 5 miles south of  Fairbury.

Officers found items consistent with the manufacture of methamphetamine.

These items were collected as evidence and disposed of by certified meth lab  technicians. Rasmussen, 50, was arrested on suspicion of possession of  methamphetamine and the manufacturing of methamphetamine.

Bond was set for Rasmussen at 10 percent of $100,000. Bush is being held with  out bond to be brought before the court.

Assisting the Sheriff’s Office were the Fairbury Rural Fire District,  Ambulance District No. 33, Jefferson County Emergency Management, Public Health  Solutions and the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.

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