Jeffrey Anderson, Billy Tetley, Travis Stewart (Source: CNT)
CHATHAM CO., GA (WTOC) -
Three men have been charged with manufacturing methamphetamine after a bust by the Chatham-Savannah Counter Narcotics Team.
CNT agents working undercover got a tip Wednesday afternoon that people were getting materials together to make meth. Then they conducting surveillance on the suspects as they gathered the items needed to make meth.
"It was important for
us to get them stopped because we believe they were heading to a different
county to make the methamphetamine. Thankfully, we got them stopped without
incident and a search of the vehicle resulted in the seizure of a bag
containing all the components needed," said the CNT's Gene Harley.
CNT with the assistance of the Pooler Police Dept. had the suspects' vehicle pulled over on Interstate 95 southbound just north of Interstate 16.
A search of the vehicle resulted in the seizure of a bag containing the ingredients needed for the manufacturing of meth, according to CNT.
Billy Tetley, 30, of Ludowici, Travis Stacey, 24, of Richmond Hill, and 29-year-old Jeffrey Anderson Jr. of Garden City, were arrested.
Anderson Jr. was also wanted by the Chatham County Sheriff's Office at the time of his arrest. They're charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and are being held at the Chatham County Detention Center.
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