Five people are behind bars after the discovery of items used to make methamphetamine inside a Ross County home.
According to the Ross County Sheriff's Office, investigators executed a search warrant at a home in the 17000 block of state Route 327 shortly before noon Thursday.
Law enforcement agents entered the home and removed three male and two adult females.
According to the sheriff's office, agents seized several pieces of evidence that are consistent with the manufacture of methamphetamine.
Several pieces of evidence were collected and sent to a laboratory for testing.
The Ross County dog warden responded to secure three dogs that were at the home.
The five people found inside were arrested and transported to the Ross County Jail.
The suspects were identified as 47-year-old Sherry Anderson, 45-year-old Bryan Bailey, 33-year-old William Byerly, 21-year-old Karley Hinton, and 35-year-old Eldon Long.
The suspects are facing felony charges related to the materials seized.
Hinton and Long are also being held for the Ohio Adult Parole Authority.
No other details were released, but NBC4 will update as we learn new information.
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