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Police bust alleged active meth lab in Silvis

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One woman was arrested when police busted an alleged active methamphetamine lab in a Silvis, Illinois house.

Silvis Police Chief William Brasche said officers from his department and QCMEG investigators served a search warrant  at 514 First Avenue at about 2 p.m. Tuesday, September 18, 2012.

“An active meth lab was discovered and safely dismantled,” Brasche said.

As a result of the search, Christina Schumacher, 33, was arrested for alleged manufacture of methamphetamine.

Schumacher was held in the Rock Island County Jail.  Formal charges were expected Wednesday, September 19.