More Arrests Expected Following Discovery of Sioux Falls Meth Lab
Sioux Falls Police say more arrests are expected after a search led to one drug-related arrest on Tuesday.
Agents of the Sioux Falls Area Drug Task Force were called to 2401 West Russell Street and a report of a possible methamphetamine lab.
Officers of the Police Department's Street Crimes Unit were there and had arrested 40-year-old Camille Solberg for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
The drug agents reportedly found a so-called "One-Pot" meth lab and components, and Solberg was arrested on charges of manufacturing a controlled substance, maintaining a place where drugs are used or stored, and a school zone violation.
Police say the case is ongoing and more arrests are expected.