An Eastern KY apartment building in Jackson was evacuated after a meth bust
An eastern Kentucky aparment buildind had to be evacuated on Friday after a drug bust in Jackson.
Police evacuated the Prince Hollow Apartments after drugs were discovered.
Police say they found Samuel Anderson, inside an apartment with 2 meth labs and other meth making products.
Police also say they found several packages of meth ready to be sold.
Twelve people that live in the apartment and all twelve were evacuated. The building was expected to be closed at least until Monday.
Anderson was taken to the Three Forks Regional Jail. He was charged with trafficking a controlled substance, manufacturing meth and possession of a controlled substance.
Officials did say all families evacuated were able to stay with friends or family until the building is re-opened.