Two Parkersburg men are behind bars after police discover a meth lab in a child's bedroom.
The bust happened Monday at 45 Green Meadow Drive, where the West Virginia State Police say upon arriving they immediately discovered an odor, leading them to a shake and bake meth lab in the kitchen.
Troopers say additional items were found in a child's bedroom closet, where the two men were actually making the meth.
Troopers arrest Michael Rhodes and Bradley Long.
Both are charged with attempting to operate a clandestine drug lab, possession and conspiracy.
Michael Rhodes is also charged with exposure of children to meth.
Rhodes was arraigned Tuesday and is being held on $350,000 bail.
Long was arraigned as well and is being held on $250,000 bail.