Drug tip leads to meth lab discovery in Fort Branch | News
Two people in Gibson County were arrested on manufacturing meth charges Monday morning.
The Gibson County Sheriff's Office says they went to 105 W. Oak Street in Fort Branch after a drug tip.
Officials say the owner of the residence, 33-year-old Bradley J. Kelley, gave officers consent to search the property.
According to authorities, one pot methamphetamine lab and several items associated drug paraphernalia and manufacturing items were found shortly after beginning the search.
Bradley and his wife, 35-year-old Melissa Kelley, of Princeton, were both taken to the Gibson County Jail.
They are being charged with Manufacturing of Methamphetamines, a Class B Felony, and Neglect of a Dependent, a Class C Misdemeanor.
Both Bradley and Melissa remain in custody with no bail.
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