A Frankfort man and Magnolia woman face charges of making methamphetamine after police found an active meth lab in a camper on Old Glenns Creek Road early Friday.
Frankfort police arrested Raymond Eastman, 43, and Connie Sturgeon, 32, after receiving a complaint of a possible meth, according to a news release.
Eastman pulled onto the property when police arrived around 11:20 p.m. Thursday and consented to a search, the release says. Police found meth, several packs of pseudoephedrine and other items used to make meth, and marijuana.
Frankfort police, with the help of Kentucky State Police’s meth lab cleanup crew, searched the property and found an active lab inside a camper. They also found ingredients to manufacture and traffic meth, the release says.
Eastman and Sturgeon are charged with manufacture of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine precursors, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Both were booked in Franklin County Regional Jail around 3 a.m. Friday each with a $45,300 bond.