Alleged meth lab located at residence

LANGSVILLE — A Langsville man was arrested on an outstanding warrant, with additional charges to be filed, following a call of a possible domestic situation with shots fired on Monday afternoon.

According to Meigs County Sheriff Keith Wood, Steven R. Shuler, 43, of State Route 124, Langsville, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for a failure to appear out of juvenile court.

Wood said that at 1:06 p.m. his office received a call of shots allegedly fired as a woman fled into a wooded area near the Shuler residence.

When deputies arrived on scene they arrested Shuler for the outstanding warrant and conducted a well-being check on a possible injured female in the residence or surrounding area. The female was located and found uninjured.

While inside the residence, deputies reportedly located a “clandestine methamphetamine lab.” Methamphetamine technicians were called in to neutralize the alleged lab.

Deputies, with the assistance of Meigs County Prosecutor James K. Stanley, secured a search warrant for the residence which was being processed on Monday afternoon.

Additional charges are pending according to Wood.

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One arrested on outstanding warrant

By Sarah Hawley

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Sarah Hawley is the managing editor of The Daily Sentinel.