Police Discover Meth Lab

One man is in jail and police are looking for more suspects after investigators find an active meth lab in Pulaski County.

The Lake Cumberland area drug task force arrested Bige Baker at the home on Dixon Smith Road last night.

Officers say they saw Baker running from a garage with a respirator on after receiving a tip meth was being made.

Agent Warren King with the task force received some chemical irritation to his arms and was treated on the scene.

Social services removed some children from the home.

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  • by Anonymous on Mar 6, 2008 at 02:12 PM
    looks like thes jerks would stay away from meth. are they that stupid? i hope they all get busted and go to prison..trash is what i call them that use it..
  • by Big Ed Location: Louisville on Mar 6, 2008 at 08:09 AM
    Please help get these deadbeats off the streets! I can send him down if you'd like.


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