TULSA, OK -- A meth lab bust in south Tulsa leads to the arrest of 28-year-old Tulsa man overnight.
The incident began late Wednesday night when Tulsa Police officers made a traffic stop near 71st and Sheridan and The News On 6 was there.
During that traffic stop, officers found meth making materials inside Ramsey Combs' vehicle. That led officers to obtain a search warrant of Ramsey's home in the 6900 block of East 72nd Street.
Inside the home, officers found a working meth lab.
Ramsey was arrested on several complaints including manufacturing controlled drugs, driving under suspension, and under a suspended or revoked driver's license.
Combs was taken to the Tulsa County jail as police continued to comb through his house looking for more evidence.
Tulsa Police say this isn't the first time Combs has been in trouble for illegal drugs. Court records show he was arrested last March for manufacturing meth in Broken Arrow.
Combs' bond is set at $100,000.