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Child found living in Quincy home with several shake & bake meth labs

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UPDATE: Deborah Russell will not face any charges in the case. (Click here to read the full story)

Another case of a child living in a home with a reported meth lab. Three people are behind bars in a Quincy drug bust.

The West Central Illinois Task Force executed a search warrant at 2423 Saint Anthony Road Tuesday and allegedly found several shake and bake meth labs.

Agents also seized a firearm.

Diane Beers, 23, Joshua Lovelace, 21, and Deborah Russell, 49, were taken into custody.

The child found living in the home was turned over to a family member.

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