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BELLE -

Four people were arrested Monday in connection with a Kanawha County meth lab. 

Robert Meade, 34, William Massey, 22, Emerald Massey, 21, and Jody Dawson, 39 were arrested at a home near Witcher Creek Road in Belle where Kanawha County Sheriff's Deputies say they found two separate meth labs. 

William Massey and Randall were found in a remote area of the county with a "green plastic bottle with a tube coming from the top of the lid," according to court documents. This setup is often linked to meth use. 

The other two were arrested after text messages were found from Emerald Massey, asking the pair to "stop and buy some incense because her house smelled of meth," according to court records. 

Massey was arrested at her apartment along with Dawson, where a backpack filled with items used to make meth were found. 

Bond was set for each of the four at $25,000.