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BAINBRIDGE, GA (WALB) -

A domestic dispute leads to a meth arrest in Bainbridge.

Officers responded to a mobile home at 2680 Thomasville Road Wednesday in reference to an argument.

39-year old Bobby Sellars girlfriend Brandie told police Sellars had ingredients to make meth in his car.

In the home, Investigators also found remnants of an active meth lab they say was extremely dangerous.

"Very, very, very dangerous. They can explode, contaminate a household because a house may need to be totally renovated or torn down, cause fire, cause people to be very very sick," said Detective Ryan Deen.

Sellars remains in the Decatur County Jail charged with criminal attempt to manufacture meth.

 

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