FAIRBANKS (AP) -- Two people are under arrest after Alaska State Troopers discovered a small-scale methamphetamine lab in a residence in the Gold Rush Estates trailer park.
Cinda J. Ingles, 44, and Harold T. Griffin, 79, were both arrested Tuesday on a charge of fourth-degree misconduct involving a controlled substance.
However, more charges could be filed after the materials found in the trailer are tested, Sgt. Ron Wall said told the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner.
Troopers had been investigating the possibility of a meth lab at the trailer for about a year before entering with a search warrant on Tuesday, he said.
Wall classified the operation as relatively small.
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