(KMOV)--Police have arrested a 26-year-old man after they discovered stolen property and numerous clandestine methamphetamine laboratories being operated in a Warrenton, Missouri residence.
Bryan C. Lang was arrested after the execution of a search warrant of 921 West Booneslick around 4:30a.m on Monday.
The search warrant was the result of an ongoing burglary and theft investigation from Montgomery County and an ongoing investigation into the possession and manufacturing of methamphetamines in Warren County.
Detectives located and seized the components, equipment, ingredients, and waste products from over thirty separate methamphetamine laboratories from inside the residence, the trash, and the property behind the residence.
Lang is charged with manufacturing a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance.
Bond is set at $35,000.
Due to the volume of hazardous materials discovered at the site the Missouri Department of Natural Resources Hazardous Materials Team was called to assist in the recovery, transportation, and disposal of over one-hundred pounds of hazardous material waste products.
In addition to the meth labs the detectives recovered several thousand dollars worth of tools and other property stolen from business burglaries that occurred in Montgomery County.