- Associated Press - Friday, January 31, 2014

PHOENIX (AP) - Two men have been arrested after Phoenix police found a methamphetamine “wash lab” at a home.

Police say a “wash lab” is where meth is mixed with solvents and filtered to remove some of the contaminants to give the drug the appearance of glass or ice shards.

They say 35-year-old Angel Miguel Angulo-Garcia and 28-year-old Manuel Gerardo Trazon-Dominguez both are being held on suspicion of possession of dangerous drugs for sale, possession of narcotic drugs for sale and possession of chemicals and equipment to manufacture dangerous drugs.

It’s unclear if they have lawyers.

Among the items seized by a drug suppression task force Thursday were 24 pounds of methamphetamine, nearly two pounds of heroin, two grams of cocaine, five grams of marijuana, a handgun, three vehicles and $5,500 in cash.

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