A complaint of possible illegal drug trafficking on Click Hill led to the arrest and incarceration of two Knox County residents.
On Monday, Knox County Deputy Sam Mullins responded to a complaint of possible illegal drug trafficking activity at a residence on Click Hill in Heidrick.
Upon arrival, Deputy Mullins observed a vehicle leaving the residence. After stopping the vehicle, he discovered an active “one step meth lab” in the front seat passenger floor board. He also located three small plastic bags of suspected methamphetamine inside the vehicle.
Deputy Mullins arrested Lisa Callebs, 51 of Hinkle, and charged her with Manufacturing Methamphetamine, Trafficking in Controlled Substance 1st Degree and Unlawful Possession of Meth Precursor.
Assisted by Deputy Bobby Jones, the deputies continued the investigation inside the residence and located two plastic bags containing suspected methamphetamine. There, they arrested Johnathan L. Hall, 42 of Heidrick. Hall was arrested and charged with Possession of Controlled Substance 1st Degree.
Both Hall and Callebs were booked into the Knox County Detention Center.
Kentucky State Police Drug Enforcement and Special Investigations Detectives Jeremy Lee and Brian Green responded to the scene to dispose of the active meth lab.