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4 Paducah residents accused of making meth

Michelle Beeler (Source: McCracken County SO) Michelle Beeler (Source: McCracken County SO)
Dawn Edging (Source: McCracken County SO) Dawn Edging (Source: McCracken County SO)
Steven Green (Source: McCracken County SO) Steven Green (Source: McCracken County SO)
Christopher Edging (Source: McCracken County SO) Christopher Edging (Source: McCracken County SO)
PADUCAH, KY (KFVS) -

Four Paducah residents are accused of making methamphetamine.

Just after 8 p.m. on Sunday deputies with the McCracken County Sheriff's Department responded to 180A Butler Lane Paducah, Kentucky.

According to the sheriff's office, someone complained about a strong odor coming from the trailer and believed the residents were cooking methamphetamine.

Deputies say they found four people at the home. One of the people, Christopher Edging, was arrested on an unrelated warrant (theft from a local retailer).

During the investigation, officers found a meth lab inside the home and materials used to manufacture methamphetamine.

Because of the noxious fumes and a roach infested residence, detectives had to use personal protective equipment to seize the items and search the rest of the home.

According to the sheriff's office, methamphetamine manufacturing items were found in a burn pile behind the home. Methamphetamine paraphernalia was also found inside the home.

Christopher Edging, 31 years old of Paducah; Steven Green, 35, of Paducah; Dawn Edging, 34, of Paducah, and Michelle Beeler, 27, of Paducah were charged complicity to manufacturing methamphetamine.

Steven Green was also charged with second offense of manufacturing in methamphetamine.

In December of 2012, detectives arrested Steven Green and charged him with manufacturing methamphetamine after meth making items, methamphetamine and firearms that were located inside his residence. Green received a 12 year prison sentence that was probated by a judge.

Anyone with information on illegal drug crimes can contact the McCracken County Sheriff's Department Drug Division directly at 270-448-1516 or 270-444-5157.

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