The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit made three methamphetamine arrests Tuesday at a residence on Alabama Highway 35.
Executing a search warrant, officers also seized three used “one pot” meth labs, about four grams of meth, marijuana, and assorted prescription pills.
Those arrested include Ramona Jean Wilbanks, charged with unlawful manufacture of meth; Rayford Levoy Goodridge, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of controlled substances; and Timothy Wayne Little, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, three counts of unlawful possession of controlled substances, possession of marijuana, and unlawful manufacture of controlled substances.
Defendants were transported to the Jackson County Jail. Goodridge has been released on bond.
The DeKalb County Drug Task Force and the Section Police Department also took part in the operaation.