HAMPTON, Va. - Crews responded to the scene of a "possible mobile meth lab" on Tuesday morning.
Fire officials tweeted and said they responded to 9 Woodland Road for the "possible mobile meth lab/hazmat incident" around 6:30 a.m.
Police also tweeted and they said they are investigating it as "a potential hazmat situation."
Around 12:15 p.m., fire officials said there was no mobile meth lab found and units were clearing the scene.
Woodland Road was closed in both directions between I-64 and Mercury Blvd., and reopened around 12:15 p.m.
Police announced 36-year-old Robert Comer of Hampton has been arrested and charged with simple possession of a controlled substance (schedule II narcotic) in connection with this incident.
Units are on scene 9 Woodland Road for a possible mobile meth lab/hazmat incident. Time of call 6:26. pic.twitter.com/uWisFUtJTe— Hampton VA Fire (@HamptonVAFire) November 10, 2020