Hazardous materials associated with meth, explosives found in Arvada home

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ARVADA, Colo. -- One person was arrested Wednesday morning after an auto-theft investigation in Denver led investigators to an Arvada home where hazardous materials were found.

The home in the 8100 block of Chase Drive had hazardous materials that were associated with methamphetamine and explosives, the Arvada Police Department said.

The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, the Arvada Fire Department and the bomb squad members were at the house assisting with clearing the materials.

A man at the house was taken into custody. The scene was cleared just before 6 a.m.

The Denver Police Department said it was led to the house as part of an ongoing auto-theft investigation in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Two people have been taken into custody as part of that investigation.