CANAL FULTON, Ohio - A traffic stop led to the discovery of two active meth labs in a home. According to reports, police stopped a vehicle on the 100 block of East Cherry Street, in Canal Fulton just before 6 p.m. on Thursday.
The driver of the vehicle identified as 41-year-old Lori Miller was arrested on scene for the illegal assembly of chemicals for manufacturing of methamphetamine.
The stop then led to the search of her home, located at 324 Cathedral Circle also in Canal Fulton.
According to Canal Fulton police chief, the search of her home led to the discovery of two active meth labs and multiple items that are used to produce meth.
Stark County's Haz-Mat team was called to the scene. Canal Fulton Police were also assisted by the Canal Fulton fire department, Lawrence township police and fire department, and the Stark County Sheriff's Department.
A male identified as 33-year-old John C. Greenwald Jr. was arrested at the scene.
Two children, ages five and six, were also in the home, adding two counts of child endangerment to both Miller and Greenwald along with other drug-related charges.
Both suspects have been booked in Stark County Jail. The investigation is still ongoing.
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