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AKRON, Ohio — A 15-year-old boy and a 24-year-old woman told police they ran a meth lab, police reports say.

The 15-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of illegally manufacturing methamphetamine, drug possession and possessing a loaded gun.

The woman, Holly E. Beers, of Akron, is charged with first-degree felony possessing chemicals used to make methamphetamine, making meth, corrupting another with drugs, child endangering and drug possession.

Her bond was set at $10,000 and her case, which is scheduled to be presented to a Summit County grand jury on Jan. 12.

Akron police received a complaint about a meth lab at Beers’ home in the 1000 block of Morningview Avenue.

Beers let investigators into her home. Police noted a chemical smell inside the house. A 15-year-old boy emerged from the basement, police reports say.

Beers told police her and the boy created a meth lab in the basement. Officers also found the loaded pistol in the boy’s pocket, police reports say.

Officers uncovered chemicals, jars containing meth oils, syringes and meth in the basement of the home, according to the arrest report.








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