New info about a meth bust we first told you about on Tuesday. The Jones County Sheriff says two more people have been arrested, while a fourth is on the run.
Janet Berry was the first person arrested following the investigation of a methamphetamine lab and marijuana bust on Tyndall Lane just outside Maysville.
We've now learned that Alexander Jones and Melissa Renay Turner have also been arrested in connection with the case. The Maysville residents have been charged with felony conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine, among several other drug charges.
Deputies say they're now looking for Michael Hodges (pictured). If you have any information contact the Jones County Sheriff's Office.
Deputies in Jones County spent the better portion of Monday afternoon and evening at a Maysville home after a meth lab and marijuana grow bust.
Sheriff Danny Heath told WITN his office received an anonymous tip about a methamphetamine lab at 303 Tyndall Lane, off White Oak River Road, in Maysville.
Deputies said they arrived around 2:30 Monday afternoon and found not only a meth lab brewing, but also a marijuana grow operation.
Sheriff Heath said 45-year-old Janet Berry was arrested in connection to the case.
Berry was put in the Jones County jail under no bond, charged with four felony drug charges including felony possession to distribute a meth precursor and a misdemeanor charge for possession of drug paraphernalia.
Sheriff Heath noted they anticipate making two more arrests in this case.
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