Saturday, May 10, 2003

Three charged for meth lab

The Cincinnati Enquirer

UNION - A four-month investigation into methamphetamine manufacturing and distribution in Boone County has resulted in the arrest of three people.

Narcotic agents with the Northern Kentucky Drug Strike Force served a search warrant last week on U.S. 42 in Union and discovered an active methamphetamine lab, the strike force announced Friday.

Agents recovered chemicals and compounds used to manufacture methamphetamine, including a 100-pound and 20-pound tank of anhydrous ammonia and a small amount of finished methamphetamine. Also seized was a small amount of marijuana, scales, packaging material and a handgun.

The Boone County Sheriff's Office assisted with the investigation.

Arrested and charged with manufacturing methamphetamine were Jeremy D. Cyrulik, 31; Autumn Cyrulik, 22; and Paul Sitavich, 21; all of Union. Agents said more arrests are expected.

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