Lebanon pair arrested in extensive, multi-county meth lab investigation
Last Updated: 66 days ago
LEBANON, Ind. - Police said two people sit in jail this week after they were arrested for an ongoing meth-manufacturing operation at their home in Lebanon.
The Hamilton-Boone County Drug Task Force said Saturday, investigators arrested Randy Davis, 37, and Stephanie Remington, 37, of Lebanon, Ind., after they served a search warrant on their home and recovered the remnants of a methamphetamine operation, meth and marijuana.
Both were arrested on several counts: manufacturing meth, a Class-A felony; possession of meth, a Class-B felony; possession of precursors, a Class-D felony; and possession of marijuana, a Class-A misdemeanor.
Police said the investigation has continued to reveal multiple people in multiple counties involved, with more arrests expected in connection with Saturday’s raid. Davis and Remington were both booked into the Boone County Jail.
Anyone who wants to report an anonymous drug tip for Hamilton or Boone counties may do so by calling 317-571-2545.
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