QUINCY, Ill. (WGEM) -- What started as an ambulance call ended in two meth-related arrests for the West Central Illinois Task Force.
Emergency responders were called to a report of a man injured at 7001 Timber Ridge North in Quincy late Monday afternoon.
The Illinois State Police Meth Response Team was called in to investigate and reported finding a shake and bake meth lab.
Garth Myers,24, a resident of the home was arrested for aggravated participation in meth production.
Joshua Sibbing, 26, was arrested later at 1530 Hinton Drive in Quincy for unlawful possession of a meth precursor.
A second person who lives in the home on Timber Ridge was taken to Blessing Hospital with unspecified injuries.
Additional arrested are expected.
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