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DeKalb County Police Bust Meth Lab in Waterloo

Four people are behind bars in DeKalb Country after police busted an active meth lab in Waterloo.
Four people are behind bars in DeKalb Country after police busted an active meth lab in Waterloo.

Around 10:30, Waterloo Police responded to a report of a meth lab on the 300 block of South Oak Street.

A search of the home yielded 13 one pots, 9 HCL generators, plus drug paraphernalia, marijuana, and spice. 

Indiana State Police and the Waterloo Fire Department disabled an active meth lab inside the home.

3 children between 3 and 8 years old were removed from the house.

Neighbor Zackery Zuccarell says, "You wouldn't know that there would be something like that right next door.  It just baffled me completely.  Why would you try to endanger your kids like a bomb in the basement?"

37 year old Brandon Barrington and 32 year old Robert Strohminger were arrested and charged with dealing meth.

37 year old Brent Dietrich was charged with maintaining a common nuisance.

27 year old Faye Lynn Haywood was charged with visiting a common nuisance.

The 4 individuals were taken to the DeKalb County Jail.
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