Three people were arrested Tuesday when an active methamphetamine lab was discovered in Forsyth, police said.
Ronald Carey Lummus, 65, James Michael Lummus, 48, and Traci Lynn Zoeller, 38, were each charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, a Monroe County Sheriff’s Office news release stated.
Narcotics agents from the Forsyth-Monroe County Drug Task Force and the Clandestine Lab Team of the federal Drug Enforcement Administration conducted the raid of the lab at 175 Mize St., Forsyth, the release stated.
Ronald Lummus, James Lummus and Zoeller were being held without bond Tuesday at the Monroe County jail.
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