Updated Fri, Sep 28, 2012 9:00 am
Authorities say three young children were found living in a central Ohio home where two methamphetamine labs were operating.
Police in Circleville, said the drug operations were found Thursday night when officers were assisting with a probation check.
Police said a man and a woman at the home admitted they were making meth there.
The children ages 3, 5 and 10 were living in the home and were exposed to the chemicals.
The children and two adults had to be decontaminated of the meth-making ingredients.
The children were removed by social services.
Circleville Police Chief Harold Gray says Clyde Lane, 40 and Kristy Anacker, 36 will be charged with possession and manufacturing methamphetamine and child endangering.