Meth lab found in Mt. Orab on Monday, pair arrested - Tucson News Now

Meth lab discovered with children present in home

Terri Taylor (Brown County Sheriff's Office) Terri Taylor (Brown County Sheriff's Office)
Bryan Simpson (Brown County Sheriff's Office) Bryan Simpson (Brown County Sheriff's Office)
MT. ORAB, OH (FOX19) -

Two people were arrested Monday after authorities discovered a reported meth lab in Mt. Orab with children in the home.

Authorities say Terri Taylor, 38, and Bryan Simpson, 31, both of Mt. Orab, were arrested following an ongoing undercover drug investigation by the Brown County Sheriff's Office.

Deputies executed a search warrant at a residence in the Hyde Park Apartments in Mt. Orab. Items used to manufacture methamphetamine were reportedly found inside.

Authorities also say children were present in the home.

Taylor and Simpson were each charged with Illegal Assembly of Chemicals to Manufacture Drugs, Conspiracy to Manufacture Drugs and Child Endangering.

Both remain in custody at the Brown County Detention Center awaiting arraignment on the charges. 

Copyright 2013 WXIX. All rights reserved.

  • KOLD Now FeaturingMore>>

  • Local newsMore>>

  • Javelina love Halloween, especially the pumpkins

    Javelina love Halloween, especially the pumpkins

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 9:00 PM EDT2017-10-18 01:00:27 GMT
    (Source: Tucson News Now)(Source: Tucson News Now)

    “Javelina, coyotes, deer and even bears eat some of the vegetables that are part of traditional holiday displays,” said Regional Supervisor Raul Vega of AZ Game and Fish in Tucson.  “When displayed outdoors, they may attract wildlife to homes, potentially creating conflicts with people.”

    “Javelina, coyotes, deer and even bears eat some of the vegetables that are part of traditional holiday displays,” said Regional Supervisor Raul Vega of AZ Game and Fish in Tucson.  “When displayed outdoors, they may attract wildlife to homes, potentially creating conflicts with people.”

  • Salvation Army looking for bell ringers for upcoming Red Kettle season

    Salvation Army looking for bell ringers for upcoming Red Kettle season

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 8:19 PM EDT2017-10-18 00:19:23 GMT
    (Source: Salvation Army)(Source: Salvation Army)

    Right now the Salvation Army of Tucson is looking for "energetic, giving, community-minded volunteers this holiday season to be bell ringers at the Army’s famous Red Kettles."   

    Right now the Salvation Army of Tucson is looking for "energetic, giving, community-minded volunteers this holiday season to be bell ringers at the Army’s famous Red Kettles."   

  • Older wiring likely cause of Bisbee City Hall fire

    Older wiring likely cause of Bisbee City Hall fire

    Tuesday, October 17 2017 8:02 PM EDT2017-10-18 00:02:08 GMT
    (Source: Tucson News Now)(Source: Tucson News Now)

    The fire that began in the early morning hours on Oct. 11 was not arson or from other criminal activity, according to a release from the Cochise County Sheriff's Office.  

    The fire that began in the early morning hours on Oct. 11 was not arson or from other criminal activity, according to a release from the Cochise County Sheriff's Office.  

Powered by Frankly