Campbell County men accused of making meth in Ky cemetery

WHITLEY COUNTY, Ky. (WVLT) -- A tip that methamphetamine was being made in a cemetery off Highway 779 near the Rockholds community on Thursday ended in three arrests.

Deputies say when they pulled up, they saw three people next to a vehicle. One was seen shaking what appeared to be an HCL generator, which is used to cook meth.

When the group spotted the deputies, they attempted to pour out the bottle.

The three people were identified as 55-year-old Bobby Hill, of Jellico, 26-year-old Kelvin Hill, and 28-year-old Jessie Griffith, of Corbin.

Deputies also found coffee filters, Drano, salt, lye and other items used to make meth. They also found a needle.

Upon further investigation, Kentucky State Police discovered a meth lab tossed over a hill.

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