EMPORIA, Kan. (WIBW)-- Police say two meth labs were busted in Lyon county Tuesday.
The labs were located by Emporia Police and the Lyon County Sheriff's Office.
Search warrants were issued for both locations, one at 1101 Union Street and another at 2223 Road H5.
Emporia Police confirmed Tuesday that investigators were working in the 1100 block of union, but no further details were given.
Wesley Gohring, 42, and Michelle Hernandez-Corea, 39, residents of the Union Street location, were arrested on several drug related charges.
The resident of the Road H5 residence, David Wasylk, 46, was also arrested and faces several counts of manufacturing a controlled substance.
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