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Two people arrested for meth charges in Meigs County, Ohio

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Two people are in jail for meth charges in Meigs County, Ohio.

According to the Meigs County Sheriff's Office, a complaint about a prowler led to the discovery of a meth lab at a house in Meigs County on Thursday.

Meigs County Sheriff Keith Wood says the house was on Salem School Lot Road in Langsville, Ohio.

According to deputites, when they arrived at the house they found 28-year old Bobby Stacy outside brandishing a gun.

Deputies then ordered Stacy to put down the gun.

After he complied, deputies say they found a three vessel meth lab, and several chemicals used to make meth in the house.

Sheriff Wood says children were in the house during the manufacturing of the drugs.

Deputies arrested both Stacy and Bridget Humphrey on charges of illegal manufacturing of meth, possessing chemical used to manufacture meth, and endangering children.

Stacy was also charged with having a firearm while under disability.