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UPDATE: Three arrested in connection to meth lab in Delaware County

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It's the talk of the town in Delhi.

"It's a small community, you're gonna hear about it," said Delaware County resident, Michael Jacobs.

A meth lab found in this home on the 2600 block of 210th Avenue.

Thursday night, deputies on scene searching the home in the Delhi community.

"Actually, I drove passed the lake when I saw a bunch of the sheriffs down there and everything," added Jacobs.

Officials say there was evidence inside showing meth was being made.  Cody Miller and Rebecca Weber, both 24-years-old arrested and charged with possession of various substances to make meth.

That's not all -- just three miles away, officials also searched this downtown location on the 300 block of Franklin Street.

47-year old Kimberly Willingham arrested in connection.  She's charged with possession of meth, marijuana, also drug paraphernalia.

Community members say it's unfortunate something like this happens here. 

"Well, I don't like to see that  kind of activity in our community.  It's a good little community, of course, nobody likes to see that...and uh, it's just negative.  We don't need it," said Jacobs.

Community members say they hope this issue gets resolved and that it doesn't happen again. 

The investigation remains ongoing.  The Delaware County Sheriffs Office is waiting lab results. 



Authorities say they are investigating a meth lab in Delaware County.  Deputies were seen in the 2600 block of 210th Ave.

A search warrant was also executed near the intersection of Highway 38 and Main St.  No further details are known at this time. 

KWWL's Shirley Descorbeth contributed to this report. 

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