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After investigating, officers discovered the people at the house were purchasing the maximum amount of pseudoephedrine allowed by the state each month so they could make meth.

We talked with Sullivan County Public Information Officer, Leslie Earhart, and she told us, “At that point, {we} contacted the Tennessee Methamphetamine Task Force to respond and begin the process of cleaning up the lab.”meth-12-23-14-jpg

The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department is calling it one of the biggest meth labs ever found in the county.

Deputies went to serve a warrant early Tuesday afternoon at a home on Flatwoods Road. That’s when deputies say they found the lab.

So far, deputies have recovered over 200 gas generator bottles and around 40 cook bottles.

Two people have been arrested. We’ll have more information as it’s available.







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