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Children Taken From Randall County Meth Lab Home

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By KFDA News Desk

Randall County, Texas - Four people are arrested after authorities in Randall County say they found an active meth lab in their home.

Sammy Lee Clark, Kimberly Jo Clark, Ethan Wade Clark, and Cynthia Dawn Wester were arrested at a home in the 1900 block of Greg St in rural Randall County on Monday.

The sheriff's department says a toddler and infant were taken from the home. One was taken into Child Protective Services custody and the other was given to family members.

All four people are being held in the Randall County Jail on charges related to Manufacturing Methamphetamine and Child Endangerment.

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