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Elkhart police arrest 3 at active meth lab

Three people were arrested when police found an active meth lab in an Elkhart home today.

Posted on Jan. 6, 2010 at 12:00 a.m. | Updated on Jan. 6, 2010 at 9:58 a.m.

Three people were arrested when police found an active meth lab in an Elkhart home today.

Police arrested:

• Nicholas Daily, 24, of Shipshewana, on preliminary charges of manufacturing meth and possession of items used to make meth;

• Mandy Jarvis, 20, of Middlebury, on a preliminary charge of visiting a common nuisance; and

• Leslie Comstock, 32, of 1900 Minnie St., Elkhart, on preliminary charges of manufacturing meth and maintaining a common nuisance.

Officers with the Elkhart Police Department's street crime unit, special response team and uniform division conducted a short-term investigation into meth making at 1900 Minnie St.

Police served a search warrant on the home shortly after 3 a.m. and found items commonly used in meth manufacturing, according to a press release from the Elkhart Police Department.

Elkhart police called the Indiana State Meth Suppression Team, which confirmed an active meth lab in the home and started clean-up.




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