Alleged meth-mom flees; boyfriend also at large

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Products used in meth production found at girl's home on Maple Avenue

By Brent Schanding

A LaRue County mother and her live-in boyfriend wanted on drug charges remain at large Friday.

“We don’t have any clues or tips,” Hodgenville Police Chief Johnny Cottrill said.

Police say an 11-year-old, who they found unconscious, led them to a Maple Avenue methamphetamine lab. About 10 p.m. Sunday, Hodgenville Police found the girl lying unresponsive near Red Hill Cemetery on Greensburg Street, according to police Lt. Steve Johnson.

LaRue EMS crews were able to revive the girl, who told police she “blanked out.”

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