Police in Harrington, Delaware, found a mobile meth lab in a vehicle while responding to a domestic disturbance call, reports said.

Police were called to a hotel parking lot around 3:10 p.m. on Sunday for a domestic dispute, NBC10 reported. Officers were told there was a woman in the parking lot yelling for help while a naked man stood nearby. 

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Officers arrived at the parking lot to find the woman and man missing, but located them in a nearby Rite Aid store WMDT reported. Police noted the woman’s facial injuries during questioning, determined the two were in a domestic dispute and took the man, identified as 36-year-old Jeffrey Korell, into custody. 

According to NBC 10, police searched Korell’s vehicle, which was allegedly parked in the store's parking lot, and discovered a cooler filled with ingredients and items used for making methamphetamine.

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“Police reportedly secured the area and requested backup from different departments including Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control to respond to the scene,” WMDT reported. “All the items were reportedly secured and the scene was declared safe. After a further search into the truck police reportedly found two large knives, a small amount of marijuana, eight suboxone strips and drug paraphernalia.”

Korell was arrested and charged with second degree assault, two counts of carrying a concealed deadly weapon and multiple drug charges, WMDT reported. He is currently being held on a $19,500 secured bond.