HPD: Meth lab caused Henderson apartment fire | News
Two people were jailed on meth manufacturing charges after a fire at a Henderson apartment complex Thursday night.
Henderson Police say they were called to assist firefighters at 510 10th Street, Apartment #2 about 9:15.
Once they were able to enter the building, investigators say they found two active meth labs inside, one of which had malfunctioned and caused the fire.
Antwayne Demar Burris, 31, who lived at the address, and 26-year-old Rebekah Lynn Williams, were both arrested on charges of manufacturing meth. Both were arrested and are in the Henderson County Detention Center.