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Two Brockway residents arrested in Reynoldsville for meth labs

April 10, 2014

REYNOLDSVILLE — DuBois-based Pennsylvania State Police, in conjunction with the Troop C Vice Unit and the Reynoldsville Borough Police Department, conducted a narcotics investigation on April 9 on Main Street in the Reynoldsville Borough.

On the aforementioned date, the Reynoldsville Borough Police Department found a vehicle disabled at the Uni-Mart in the Reynoldsville Borough.

Officers observed paraphernalia inside the vehicle and obtained consent from the accused — Jeffrey Scott Kline Jr., 32, Brockway, and Jessica Lynn Kline, 26, Brockway — to search the vehicle.

Officers found items associated with a methamphetamine lab.

Officers then contacted the Pennsylvania State Police, and the Pennsylvania State Police Clandestine Lab team was called to the scene.

A search of the vehicle revealed two “one pot” methamphetamine labs, along with numerous other items related to a methamphetamine lab and other drug-related paraphernalia.

Both accused were placed into custody and transported to the Jefferson
County Jail, where they will be arraigned and bail will be set.

The investigation is ongoing.

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