ISP and NAPD discovered a meth lab at 2029 E. Market St. in New Albany early Wednesday morning.
NEW ALBANY, IN (WAVE) – Four people have been arrested after police discovered a meth lab in New Albany early Wednesday morning.
New Albany police responded to a noise complaint near Bicknell Park around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday. When they arrived, officers smelled meth and began searching for its source.
Indiana State Police assisted in locating a meth lab in a shed behind a home at 2029 E. Market Street.
Four people were arrested after the discovery of the lab: Emily Striegel, 24; Angel Hall, 28; Michael Logsdon, 33; and Kayla Lynch, 19.
Each of the women - Striegel, Hall and Lynch - were charged with dealing methamphetamine. Striegel faces an additional felony charge for maintaining a common nuisance. Logsdon was charged with manufacturing meth.
Evidence was collected by the New Albany Police Department. Officers left a yellow sign posted on the shed to warn of contamination.