Plymouth Police Find Wanted Suspect, Meth Lab, Make Seven Arrests


A Plymouth Police Officer who hoped to serve one felony warrant at a Garro Street residence Wednesday night ended up taking seven people to jail and busting a meth lab.

Travis W. Gibson, 23, of Plymouth, was the subject of the warrant, which charges him with burglary, residential entry and dealing, delivering and manufacturing methamphetamine. A search of the residence turned up an illegal drug lab in the trunk of Gibson’s car, according to the Plymouth Police. Gibson now faces additional charges.

Paige M. Blankenship, 20, and Christopher L. Simmons, 24, both of Plymouth, were also arrested for possession of methamphetamine and visiting a common nuisance. Also arrested were Lacy E. Martin, 18, for maintaining a common nuisance; Kalin P. Hunsaker, 26 for visiting a common nuisance; and Clyde J. Humes, 29, and William D. Freck, 25, for maintaining a common nuisance one or more times. All have Plymouth addresses, according to arrest records.