An anonymous call of drug activity resulted in the arrest of three people on Sunday morning.
Carla Rose Jackson, 44; Joshua N. Bunch, 29; and Christopher D. Walden, 27, were all arrested on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine, wanton endangerment and possession of drug paraphernalia after being found allegedly cooking the drug at a home on Cedar Street, according to a release by the Glasgow Police Department.
Dispatchers received a call that Bunch was allegedly cooking meth inside the residence. When officers arrived, no one answered the front door. Police saw two people in the window of a bedroom before the bedroom light went off.
Officers were allowed into the house by a resident who said she was unsure of how many people were in the house.
Sgt. Jarrod Steele walked into the back bedroom and saw Jackson on a bed with a 20 oz Coke bottle in plain view containing a suspected “shake and bake” one-dose meth lab, the report stated.
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