Authorities have reportedly found a major meth lab on Jesse's Run in Calhoun County, after a search warrant was executed late Friday night.

A police report indicates about 64 items were removed from the Ralph "Huck" Wilson house and cellar, most items being associated with ingredients or paraphernalia used in the manufacture of methamphetamine.

The meth lab was apparently in a cellar behind the house.

A number of seized items that could cause contamination were photographed and destroyed at the scene, according to the report.

Arrested by the Wood County Drug Task Force, 34-year-old Joseph Kelly and 52-year-old Wilson from Jesse's Run.

Kelley and Wilson were accompanied by Dee Wilson and Tia May when they were stopped in Wood County, after buying ingredients used in meth making from local drug stores.

The arrests led to the issuance of a search warrant in Calhoun for the Wilson property on Jesse's Run.

The individuals were apparently oblivious about tracking systems implemented by state officials to spot buys used in manufacturing methamphetamine.

Both Kelly and Wilson are in North Central Regional Jail on $15,000 bond each.

See earlier Hur Herald stories.