Bainbridge police find an active meth lab during an entering auto investigation on Wednesday.
Bainbridge Public Safety investigators say 25-year-old Max Rackley showed them the meth lab in his bedroom in a home at 718 E. Evans Street.
A Hazmat team was called to neutralize the lab. Rackley has been charged with manufacturing and possessing meth.
Investigators noticed some used coffee filters and some bottles containing waste by-product in the meth manufacturing process in the front of the home.
Rackley is in the Decatur County Jail.