At least one arrested after police find two kids in home with active meth lab

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CALIFORNIA – A block in a California neighborhood was shutdown after a drug raid Friday morning.

When authorities went to this home in San Jose they found a meth lab along with two children inside.

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Since the chemicals used to make the drug are so volatile and potentially explosive, police shutdown the entire block to traffic.

Officers made entry into the location and located an active methamphetamine lab. It was a conversion lab where crystal methamphetamine is produced from this drug lab. There were also two residents located inside the house, two adults, as well as two children,” said Patrick Vanier with the Santa Clara District Attorney’s office.

The children were placed with child protective services.

U.S. immigration and customs enforcement and hazardous materials crews are also involved in this investigation.

At least one person has been arrested.


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