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Lewis County Man Arrest For 12 Inactive Meth Labs

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West Virginia State Police from the Glenville detachment arrested a Lewis County man Thursday on meth related charges.

Curtis Riggs was arrested after the Weston Police Department and the Lewis County Sheriff's Department found 12 inactive meth labs in his home, according to a press release from the Weston Police Department.

Weston Police were investigating Riggs' home in the Jackson Street area of Weston for an unrelated matter on Saturday when the inactive meth labs were discovered.

The sheriff's department assisted at the scene with the collection of evidence and clean-up. 

Riggs faces a charge of operating a clandestine laboratory.

Riggs in the Central Regional Jail with bail set at $50,000.