Two Wisconsin Children Found Living in Home with Meth Lab
PARDEEVILLE, Wis. (CHANNEL 3000) - Two children were found living in a home where authorities found a meth lab last week, according to a release from the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies said they used a search warrant to enter a Pardeeville home on Wednesday in connection with an investigation into the manufacturing of methamphetamine.
An active one-pot methamphetamine lab was discovered in the home, according to deputies. They also found Suboxone, methamphetamine, chemicals and materials for manufacturing the drug.
The children were turned over to their mother.
A meth lab disposal team from Chicago cleaned up the hazardous materials and chemicals.
Aaron Lytle, 32, of Pardeeville, was arrested on suspicion of possession of materials for manufacturing methamphetamine, maintaining a drug dwelling, possession of drug paraphernalia, manufacturing methamphetamine, felony neglecting a child and on a probation violation.