The Washington Count Drug Taskforce along with the Indiana State Police arrested two Campbellsburg residents Monday afternoon on meth-related charges, after finding a one-pot meth lab in a residence located on Franklin Street.

A tip led officers to Franklin Street in Campbellsburg where they executed a search warrant and found a one-pot meth lab in operation.


Arrested were Mack Daily and Jessica Lemarr, 26.

When police arrived at the residence they spotted Mack Daily looking out a window.

A state trooper went to front of the house while a member of the Drug Task Force went around to the back of the house. The officer yelled for Mack, who came to the door.

“He came outside and was acting very nervous,” said the officer. “I asked him if there was anyone else inside and he seemed very nervous.”

Police asked to enter the home and were given permission. State police cleared the house and a search warrant was requested and executed.

The Taskforce found a one-pot meth lab, along with Sudafed in the residence, syringes and other drug paraphernalia.

“Daily had just drained it off in a jar,” said one officer. “He was ‘smoking’ it to off to get the meth.”

Lemarr was staying in the home and was also arrested.

Both are initially charged with maintaining a meth lab, Class B Felony; possession of Meth, Class D Felony, possession of chemical reagents, Class B Felony, maintaining a common nuisance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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