Investigators spent early Tuesday piecing together what clues they found inside two Lexington homes that they say led them to two different meth labs.
Lexington Police first responded to an apartment on Lindenhurst Drive, off Palumbo, Monday.
By Monday night, police were blocking Toronto Court, near Nicholasville Road. On Toronto, police arrested Timothy Belcher, charging him with manufacturing and possession of meth.
Emergency workers told WKYT the earlier meth lab found on Lindenhurst led officers to the home.
According to court documents obtained by WKYT early Tuesday, Christina Desesa was arrested at an apartment there.
Police decontaminated the female suspect and the apartment.