On Jan. 30 at approximately 2:25 A.M., Columbia Police Department officers located a methamphetamine lab at an residence located off of Young St. Officers arrived at the home after they initiated a narcotics investigation that has been ongoing for several months. When members of the department entered the house it was quickly found that the occupants of the home were in the process of manufacturing and the lab was active. Officers secured all four occupants located as they entered and conducted a brief search of the residence for safety and at the time two teenage children were found asleep in their bedroom. The children and suspects were removed from the home to limit their exposure to the toxic fumes produced during the process. Jamie Mann, 41, of Columbia, Jerry W. Compton, 41 of Columbia, Lisa Cooper,40, of Columbia, and Christopher Russell, 28, of Russell Springs were arrested and lodged in the Adair County Regional Jail and charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, 1st offense and controlled substance endangerment to a child. The teenagers were took the Westlake Regional Hospital as a precaution to the exposure of the toxic fumes released during the process. The Kentucky Department of Protection and Permanency were also notified and responded to assist with the children.