Janesville man, woman arrested following meth lab bust

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47-year-old James Bjork and 45-year-old Stacey Femrite-Utterberg were arrested Monday following a Rock County SWAT Team raid of a methamphetamine lab.

The Rock County Sheriff reports that the SWAT team executed a search warrant at 1101 S. County Highway D, assisted by the FBI Safe Streets Task Force and the DCI Clandestine Lab Team.

Police say numerous items associated with the manufacture of meth were found, along with less than a gram of methamphetamines.

Later that evening, Bjork and Femrite-Utterberg were taken into custody in Janesville.

The two suspects were charged with Manufacture of Methamphetamine, Possession of Methamphetamine Parahernalia, and Knowingly Possessing Methamphetamine Manufacturing Waste, Maintaining a Drug Trafficking Premises, and Neglecting a Child.

They were taken to the Rock County Jail.

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