Kentucky

Trooper finds meth lab in truck during traffic stop

A state police trooper arrested a Manchester man Thursday when, during a traffic stop, he found a methamphetamine lab in the man's pickup truck.

Trooper Jeff Senters, based at the London post, pulled over Ryan Revis, 25, for traffic and equipment violations on Muddy Gap Road in Clay County.

After finding chemicals used to make meth, Senters arrested him on charges of first degree manufacturing of meth and first degree possession of a controlled substance.

Revis was being held at the Clay County Detention Center.

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