MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A search warrant led Macon police to bust a meth lab and arrest three people.
According to a news release from MPD, the department's Clandestine Laboratory Response Team went to 637 Shadow Moss Drive on Monday in reference to several "one pot" cooks located at the residence. Investigators found 27 "one pot" cooks along with several other items associated with methamphetamine production inside the home and in the back yard.
Police arrested 38-year-old Holly Westmoreland (pictured top) and and 21-year-old Walter Vinson (pictured middle). Westmoreland was charged for manufacturing methamphetamine and Vinson was charged with being present where drugs are kept, used, or sold.
Bibb County arrested 39-year-old Brian Gosnell (pictured bottom) on a warrant and possession of methamphetamine. He was also charged with manufacturing meth.
At the home investigators seized a digital scale, a glass lid with methamphetamine on it, a lap top, a ledger book, and a small plastic container with meth residue.
Police have not yet determined the street value of the operation.
According to Bibb County LEC records, this is Westmoreland's first arrest, Vinson's six arrest, and Gosnell's 29th arrest.
Vinson was released from jail on a $650 bond Monday night. Westmoreland and Gosnell have not had a bond set at this time.