Corbin residents charged with making meth, endangering handicapped child

Six Corbin residents are charged with endangering a handicapped child by making methamphetamine in the house where the child was.

Police found the 10-year-old child in the house with an active lab and materials used to make the drug, state police said in a news release.

Those arrested were Kitty Couch, 45, Stacey Jones, 26, Joshua Fields, 23, Danny Joe Lawson, 22, Shawn Faulkner, 34 and Ashley Johnson, 21. They are charged with making meth and controlled-substance endangerment of a child.

The six were arrested early Sunday in southern Laurel County. State police announced the arrests Wednesday.