Three people were arrested on meth-related charges over the weekend after the Bulloch County Sheriff's Office responded to a home on the report of suspected drug activity.
Deputy Jeff Thompson responded to the home in the 2000 block of Pulaski Road, on Saturday. A woman told Thompson that she had been forced to take her grandchildren from the home because her daughter was cooking methamphetamine there, Sheriff Lynn Anderson said in a news release issued Tuesday.
On arrival, the daughter, identified as Brittany Darlene Black, 23, of Pulaski Road, gave deputies consent to search the property, according to a report written by Thompson.
Thompson wrote that he found items used to make meth behind the shed and inside the shed. He contacted investigators with the Bulloch County Drug Suppression Unit, who responded and processed the scene, Anderson said.
Based on this investigation, three people were arrested and taken to the Bulloch County Jail.
Black; Dylan Chase Edwards, 21, of Pulaski Road; and Frank Robert Black Jr., 22, of Bay Tree Lane were each charged with criminal attempt to manufacture meth. Edwards also was charged with tattooing without a license.
Anderson encouraged residents with knowledge of drug activity to contact the sheriff's office immediately.