BOZEMAN - Two people are jailed in Gallatin County on charges of running a meth lab at a fishing access.
Jessica Ann Coombs, 37, and Earl William Jimerson, 53, are charged with running the lab.
Gallatin County authorities say a hunter called authorities on Sunday, Oct. 21 after seeing what looked like a meth lab at Four Corners Fishing Access.
Investigators responded to the scene and found the suspects, Coombs and Jimerson. Nearby, officers found chemicals and gear consistent with the "one-pot" method for cooking meth, including a bucket, sulfuric acid, lye, solvent and remnants of pseudoephedrine pill casings.
Detectives say the suspects, Coombs and Jimerson, have prior arrests for cooking methamphetamine at a different fishing access. Deputies booked them into jail on Oct. 21. Bond has not yet been set.
Gallatin County does not release booking photos.