Mason County police searching for meth lab suspect
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Mason County police are searching for a Huntington man connected to the operation of a meth lab in Gallipolis Ferry.
Officers discovered a "shake and bake" style meth lab and numerous components for methamphetamine production at a residence on Crab Creek Road on Sunday.
Christopher Arrington, 33, of Gallipolis Ferry, Misty Litchfield, 40, of Henderson and Robin Zuransky, 44, of Neslonville, Ohio were arrested at the scene.
Johnathan Beaver, 31, of Huntington, was also at the scene and was transported to a nearby hospital due to a previous injury. A warrant is out for his arrest for operating or attempting to operate a clandestine laboratory. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Beaver is urged to contact the Mason County Sheriff's Office at 304-675-3838.