Drug Task Force at Salem house for second time in under a month

At the end of September, investigators found evidence of a few one-pot meth labs at the Union Avenue home

Suspected meth house in Salem.

SALEM, Ohio (WKBN) – The Columbiana County Drug Task Force raided a Salem home for the second time in less than a month for cooking meth.

The Task Force went to the house in the 600 block of Union Avenue Wednesday evening to serve a warrant related to a drug bust last month.

When the homeowner refused to open the door, officers went inside and found the meth.

They arrested a man and woman inside. Police said the woman was making drugs at the time.

At the end of September, investigators found evidence of a few one-pot meth labs at the same house.

They found a generator, chemical, suspected methamphetamine and a shot gun.

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