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Suspected meth lab sparks fire

By: Angela Beavin Email
By: Angela Beavin Email

Police arrested a man, his son, and a woman after a fire led to a meth lab bust.

Neighbors called 911 after spotting curtains on fire in a duplex on Weeping Willow Road in Berea late Sunday night.

When police and firefighters arrived, they say they realized the fire was started by an active meth lab.

Berea Police arrested 69-year-old Raleigh Sizemore, his son, 30-year-old Raleigh Sizemore, Junior, and 51-year-old Linda Clark. All three have been charged with manufacturing meth.

The home is now condemned, with a red sign posted on the door.

A neighbor, who did not want to be identified, says she watched everything unfold.

"Very, very interesting night," the neighbor said. "Flames over the windows. Of course, they busted a meth lab."

Firefighters say the fire in the duplex was small, and did not cause much damage.


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