Police in Ohio say they have found materials to create a meth lab at a million-dollar lakefront home near Cleveland.
According to the Loraine County Sheriff’s department, they found materials and equipment used to produce methamphetamine at Madhu Dutta’s home located in Sheffield Lake, Ohio.
Dennis Cavanaugh, chief deputy of the Loraine County Sheriff’s Office Drug Task Force, said that they initially had reports about Dutta in August 2013. After launching an investigation, investigators issued a search warrant on Wednesday to search the premises. During the search they found chemicals and equipment that would be used to produce meth, he said.
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