Four arrested at alleged Pinch meth lab
PINCH, W.Va. -- Police arrested four people last night at an alleged methamphetamine lab in Pinch.
Robert "Bob" Jarvis, 53, was arrested after Kanawha County sheriff's deputies and members of the Metro Drug Enforcement Team got a tip about his home at 206 Broadlawn Terrace, according to a news release from the sheriff's department.
After police saw people hiding materials often used to make meth, they got a search warrant and found what they described as a "medium-size" meth lab, according to the release.
Also arrested were Thomas Huffman, 41, of Clendenin; David Moore, 58, of Pacific Street in Charleston; and Roy "Shawn" Pittman, 42, of Keystone Drive in Charleston. They, along with Jarvis, were charged with operating a clandestine lab and taken to South Central Regional Jail, according to the release.
Jarvis was also arrested at his home about six months ago on meth charges, according to the release.