Two people have been arrested after police found a methamphetamine lab at a Fort Wayne home, according to court documents.
Frank Campbell and his girlfriend, Linda Conrad, both 29, were each charged Friday with four felonies: dealing meth, possessing meth, possession of precursors and maintaining a common nuisance. Conrad was also hit with a felony count of possession of a controlled substance.
On Monday, Allen County police officers went to 5818 Kimberley Road, near Bluffton Road, to serve a parole warrant on Campbell.
While in the home, police found prescription painkillers, an active meth lab in a glass jar and 3.2 grams of meth, court documents stated.
The same day, authorities discovered at least six one-pot labs at a nearby home at 5721 Kimberley Road. The cases do not appear to be related.
Conrad and Campbell, both of the Kimberley Road address, were being held at the Allen County Jail. Conrads bail was $67,500, and Campbells was $65,000.