Meth Lab Explosion in Plymouth Injures Two

Two residents were injured after a meth lab explosion in Plymouth early Sunday morning.

According to the Plymouth Police Department, Plymouth Police and Fire were dispatched to 707 Pearl Street in Plymouth at 4:00 a.m. ET on Sunday, March 13th in reference to an explosion. A search warrant was executed at the residence where remains of a meth lab were located. Police learned that Dawn Brauneker was dumped at the Plymouth Emergency Room and was severely burned. A second victim, Glenn Linderman, was located later that morning. Both victims were taken to the Fort Wayne Burn Unit.

A suspect in the incident, Scott Davis, was taken into custody and has a preliminary charge of Manufacturing Methamphetamine.