Chemicals used for making meth were found in a Nashville hotel Sunday.
Officials said a man rented a room at the Hallmark Inn at 309 West Trinity Lane Saturday night.
A housekeeper cleaned the room he previously reserved and she smelled chemical aroma.
The house keeper alerted hotel management, and management asked the man to leave.
Police arrived at the scene before the man left and found chemicals used to make meth but no active lab.
The suspect is in custody.
Hazmat is currently on site to clean up the chemicals and the hotel room.
Surrounding rooms at the Hallmark Inn were evacuated as a precaution.
This story is developing.