Lancaster County Sheriffs find a large meth lab inside a vacant house near 40th and Mill Road just north of Lincoln.
The lab, officials say, is possibly the largest ever found in Lancaster County. Captain Todd Duncan says from a scale of one to ten, "this is about a nine in meth lab size and complexity."
The lab was found by a realtor who stopped by to check on the house. Nobody resides in the house and is currently going through foreclosure.
The Nebraska State Patrol was also on scene to investigate some suspicious devices that turned out to be pipe bombs.
Authorities have been on the scene from Friday night until at least Sunday morning.
Police arrested 33-year old Clarence Grendahl Wednesday for possession of meth in a separate incident, but have not yet charged him in connection of the meth lab found at his residence.
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