CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Three Charleston residents have been arrested for allegedly operating a clandestine methamphetamine lab out of a home on the West Side.
State Police received a tip about a possible meth lab in the 1400 block of Red Oak Street in Charleston. Trooper L.W. Price searched the residence and found numerous materials to take meth, according to State Police.
Shawn Martin, 22; Brittany Wright, 19; and James Bradford, 23, were charged with operating a meth lab and conspiracy.
Martin and Wright were being held Monday at South Central Regional Jail. Bradford was not listed among the inmates there.