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Police respond to home invasion call; discover meth lab

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Police were called to the scene of what was thought to be a home invasion around midnight on Nov. 18.

According to the West Virginia State Police, the home was located along Route 10 near Mallory, W.Va. in Logan County.

When police arrived, six people were seen outside the home.  Police then conducted a search in the woods and found a white crystal substance that troopers believe could be meth.

Cheryl Ann Griffin, Katherine Juanita Salyers, Tammy Copley, Tommy Lee Salyers, Jimmy Dale Arthur, and Elija Ferrel Hatfild were arrested.

They are all being charged with production of meth, conspiracy, possession of a controlled substance and possession with intent to deliver.