Police: Child exposed to active meth lab in Cabin Creek
A call about a domestic violence incident unfurled into the discovery of an active meth lab, according to State Police troopers.
State Police arrested two people after they found an active meth lab in a home in Cabin Creek early Sunday morning.
Troopers said they initially responded to a call about a domestic violence case at the house. That's when they discovered meth--and the child in the house exposed to the materials.
Troopers arrested Kimberly Alderman for operating or attempting to operate a clandestine meth lab, exposure of meth to a child, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and conspiracy to commit a felony.
They also arrested Charles Rumburg, charging him with two counts of conspiracy to commit a felony and two counts of domestic battery. He was also arrested as a fugitive from justice.
Both were taken to South Central Regional Jail.
Rumburg's mother, who owns the house in Cabin Creek, is now looking after Rumburg's son, according to troopers.
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