Lebanon Police evacuate home after smell of gas, materials for Meth manufacturing found

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HMN – Once again it is unlikely the initial call was “Meth Lab” but your classic “Odor complaint”.  Stay safe out there and keep your eyes open on any run – EMS, FIRE, or check the welfare.

According to Fox17:

Wilson County, Tenn.–Lebanon Police, Wilson County Emergency Management Agency, and the city’s Hazmat Unit evacuated a W. Adams Street home Sunday night after materials used for manufacturing Methamphetamine were found inside.

Police say the call came in around 11:43 p.m. Sunday in reference to a wanted subject and officers immediately noticed the strong odor of fuel coming from the inside. The scene was evacuated and secured while the Hazmat team neutralized and processed the materials for destruction.

28-year-old Joshua C. Barr of Lebanon was arrested and charged with Manufacturing of Schedule 2, Possession of Paraphernalia, and Simple Possession.

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