Three people are in custody after police found an active meth lab and an improvised explosive device at their home. It all happened Saturday afternoon near Vincennes.
The Knox County Sheriff's Department got a tip of illegal drug activity. Shortly after, the SWAT team showed up. There, they found an active meth lab as well as an improvised explosive device. They're calling it a pipe bomb.
Three adults were at the home, as well as two children. Police took old Stephen Frye, 30, Dustin Wildman, 30, and Michelle Crouse, 31, into custody.
They're all are facing felony charges of manufacturing and possessing meth. Frye also faces charges of possessing a destructive device.
Crouse is also facing two counts of neglect of a dependent. All three individuals are awaiting their initial hearing in the Knox County courts.
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