The areas second largest meth lab is discovered in the home of an attorney arrested Friday for allegedly distributing the drug. The search of 33 year old Teresa Perrys home on Waggoner Avenue began just before 9:30 Saturday morning. The Evansville-Vanderburgh County drug task force, firefighters and hazardous waste crews were on the scene where the Perry lived for more than a year. They found numerous mason jars, pseudoephedrine based products, solvents, and sulfuric acid in the back room of the home. Bruce Wilhite, Perrys landlord, says he quite shocked to find out what was going on at the residence. He says Perry had always been a good tenant and he was unaware of any problems. Police say the lawyer was also a friend and associate of Brad Happe, another lawyer arrested for running a meth lab in March. The investigation into Perrys alleged activities began after Happe was arrested. She is now being charged with manufacturing methamphetamine which is a class A felony. Perry is currently being held in the Vanderburgh County Jail without bond.