Deputies find meth lab in Jackson County home

Courtesy: Jackson County Sheriff’s Office
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JACKSON COUNTY, Wis. (WEAU)-- Deputies say they found a meth lab in a home in Jackson County.

The sheriff's department says officers from several agencies helped serve a search warrant at a home near Melrose, which is southwest of Black River Falls, Thursday.

Investigators found several "one-pot" meth labs along with other meth manufacturing materials. They say one-pot meth labs are extremely dangerous because the contents can easily explode or catch fire. Because of this, officers called in the Melrose Fire Department as a
safety measure.

There's no word yet if any suspects were arrested in the search.

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