Kentucky State Police arrested a Knox County man Wednesday for allegedly operating a methamphetamine lab in his garage.
Joseph Jones, 38, of Corbin, is charged with manufacturing meth; unlawful possession of meth-making materials; and possessing a firearm while being a convicted felon, according to the Harlan KSP post.
Troopers received a tip about a possible meth lab and located the operation inside a garage in the Corbin area, police said.
Jones, who lives next to the garage, was arrested and taken to the Knox County jail, troopers said.
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Corbin city police, along with deputies from Knox and Laurel counties, assisted in the case. An investigation is continuing.