Pulaski men arrested after police say they were tipped to meth lab
Two Pulaski men were arrested Wednesday after police discovered an active methamphetamine lab, according to a news release.
Pulaski police responded to Meadowview Apartments on Lee Highway just after 3 p.m. after receiving a tip about a meth lab inside a vehicle, the release stated.
Officers with the Claytor Lake Drug Task Force and the Virginia State Police helped secure the area around the suspected vehicle. Police obtained search warrants for the vehicle and for an apartment, according to the release.
The searches resulted in the discovery of a mobile meth lab and related substances and equipment, the release stated.
Michael A. Edwards, 39, and Johnny D. Worrell, 20, were arrested on scene and charged with manufacturing less than 227 grams of mixture or substance containing a detectable amount of meth, conspiracy to possess meth and possession of precursors to manufacture meth.
The investigation is ongoing and additional arrests are expected, the release stated.
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