St. Marys Police along with the West Virginia State Police and Natural Resources responded to a meth lab at the Sandpiper Village Apartments in St. Marys Saturday night.
During the search warrant, officers found two kids in the apartment where the meth lab was made.
Diana Farson was arrested for operating a clandestine lab and exposure of children to methamphetamine manufacturing.
The kids were checked out by the Pleasants County EMS and released to their father.
Farson was transported to the North Central Regional Jail awaiting arraignment.
The police got additional help from the St. Marys Fire Department.
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