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TULSA, Okla. – Three people are in jail after police found a meth lab in their home.

KJRH reported the Department of Human Services were asked officers to go to a home on 43rd West Avenue to check on an 8-month-old baby.

Marza Floyd, the baby’s mother, allowed police to enter the home.

According to reports, officers say one of the residents living in the home, Lowery Irby, had a warrant.

The officers said they smelled some kind of chemical come from the laundry room where another man Ellis McDougall was standing.

Officers then allegedly found meth components in the room.

Floyd, Irby, and McDougall were all three arrested.

Police found the 8-month-old baby inside of the home at the time.

According to KJRH, Floyd and McDougall were arrested on counts of child neglect and endeavoring to manufacture drugs, while Irby was arrested on counts of child neglect, endeavoring to manufacture drugs and violation of a protective order.