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Pulaski Police make arrests after finding meth lab at Budget Inn

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Two people were arrested in Pulaski after police found a meth lab at the Budget Inn, located on East Main Street.

Terry Lee Draper and Autumn Nikki Kohert were arrested on Monday, March 25 at the Budget Inn.

Along with investigators from Claytor Lake Drug Task Force and Virginia State Police, Pulaski Police said they found the two in a room at the hotel, along with an active meth lab.

Both Draper and Kohert were charged with with manufacturing a controlled substance and possession of the drug.

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