Hopkins County duo arrested for meth, child endangerment | News
A Hopkins County couple is in jail on drug and child endangerment charges after Kentucky State Police say they found a math lab and marijuana inside their home.
Troopers say they went to North Hoffman Street in Nebo late Sunday night after a tip from the public.
After obtaining a search warrant, troopers searched the home and found meth and items consistent with manufacturing it along with the marijuana.
David B. Simms Jr., 33, and Mindy R. Davis, 28, who lived at the home, were arrested and are in the Hopkins County Detention Center.