Two children are in state custody and their mothers are behind bars after drug agents found an active methamphetamine lab concealed in a toy box at a Dickson apartment. According to an affidavit of complaint, drug agents were searching for a fugitive earlier this month when they received a tip he was hiding in an apartment on Suggs Street in Dickson. After getting permission to search the premises, the report says agents detected the strong odor of meth being cooked. An active one-pot meth lab, also known as a shake and bake lab, was discovered inside a child’s toy box. Dickson Fire Department and Dickson County Emergency Medical Services personnel set up an on-site decontamination wash for the two adults and two children who were in the apartment, then they were transported to Horizon Medical Center for evaluation. Agents charged 24-year-old Caitlin Decaney and 23-year-old Katy Daniels with initiating the manufacture of meth and aggravated child abuse. Decaney’s 4-year-old son and Daniels’ 2-year-old daughter was placed in Department of Children’s Services custody. The charges against Decaney and Daniels were bound over to the Dickson County Grand Jury following a preliminary hearing in Dickson County General Sessions Court last Friday. Both women remain in the Dickson County Jail on $100,000 bond.