Police have arrested two Crowley men for operating a rolling meth lab. Crowley Police Chief K.P. Gibson says the lab was based out of the the suspects' car.

"The dangers other than the obvious narcotics is that this operation can lead to explosions," Gibson says. "If the cooking leads to an explosion, [there is a] potential for the vehicle to catch fire or explode as well."

52-year-old Frank Ordogne and 45-year-old Marcus Hebert were both arrested and booked into the Acadia Parish Jail on various drug charges.

The clean-up process, Gibson says, was far from over after the arrest, though. An environmental company is required to clean up the hazardous materials, he says. That process took several hours and was very expensive. Gibson says his office will ask the court to have the defendants reimburse them for the clean-up work.