Sheriff deputies located a meth lab in Greenfield and have sent the case to the county prosecutor.
The Highland County Sheriff’s Office received information that a male wanted on an active misdemeanor warrant was at 431 Waddell Street in Greenfield. Deputies also received information that subjects at the residence were producing methamphetamine.
On Dec. 25 at approximately 1 a.m., deputies responded to the Waddell Street address to investigate the tip. Deputies detected chemical odors associated with the production of methamphetamine coming from the residence, and after failed attempts of making contact with a resident, deputies made entry into the residence to locate the source of the odors.
Deputies located Joey Hall and resident Byron Dunn inside the home. Deputies located a one-pot meth lab inside the residence and additional chemicals and ingredients used to produce methamphetamine.
The scene was processed and neutralized by the Sheriff’s Office, and evidence was collected. The evidence will be submitted to BCI&I in London.
The case will be submitted to Highland County Prosecutor Anneka Collins for review presentation to the Highland County Grand Jury.