Man arrested after Chesterfield Police discover possible meth lab

Chesterfield County
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CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Chesterfield Police have discovered a possible meth lab on Arcadia Avenue.

Officers went to a home on the 2400 block of Arcadia Avenue to serve an arrest warrant for a larceny suspect. When they arrived, officers found materials typically used to make methamphetamine. Police got a warrant to search the house.

Chesterfield Police called in the fire department and Virginia State Police to assist with the investigation. VSP will determine if it actually is a meth lab.

No charges have been filed in relation to the possible meth lab, but the suspect, 43-year-old Turner Littlefield, was arrested for the outstanding larceny warrant.

This is the second possible meth lab Chesterfield Police have discovered this week. Four people were arrested on Monday in connection to a possible meth lab on Jefferson Davis Highway.

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