UPDATE: Crimetracker: Two meth labs found in one location

(WVLT/Whitney Kent)

SEYMOUR, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Six people are charged after two meth labs were found in one place.

Monday night, police found a non operational lab on Equestrian Circle. David Bryan Ford, Sr., 52, was arrested. He's charged with initiating the process of the manufacture of methamphetamine.

According to the Blount County Sheriff's Office, five people were arrested after an active meth lab was found in the same place Monday morning. Those include: David Ford, Jr., 33, Nicole Veals, 26, Edmund Conger, 33, Jermey Miscichoski, 30, and Patrick Sweany, 43.

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Deputies responding to reports of a robbery at a home in Seymour discover a possible meth lab early Monday morning, according to the Blount Co. Sheriff's Office.

Deputies were called to the house shortly before 2:00 a.m. Nobody was there when they arrived. When they went inside, they noticed the lab, which they said had been active within the past few hours.

Four people were found hiding in nearby woods and have been taken into custody. One more suspect is believed to still be on the run.

The suspects reportedly don't live at the home and were remodeling it. The house has been quarantined.

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