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UPDATE: Second Person Accused Of Operating Meth Lab In GT County

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A second person faces charges for a meth lab found in Grand Traverse County earlier this month.

This is an update to a case we first told you about last week.

Police arrested Joshua Bennett and Shawn Worm for the lab found in an Interlochen home.

Worm is now charged with operating a lab around a minor, making meth, and having a drug house.

Last week, prosecutors charged Bennett with the same offences. 

Both will be back in court next week.

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