DICKSON, Tenn. – Authorities in Dickson County arrested three people Wednesday evening after they were found to be cooking meth in the basement of a home.
Officers with the Dickson Police Department and drug task force responded to the home on Cherry Street between 6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. after receiving a tip.
There was a strong odor of meth coming from the home when a woman answered the door.
In the basement, Dickson police Cpl. Josh Ethridge said officers found two shake and bake labs in the process of cooking meth.
Jonathan Arnold, 26, Alina Donegan, 26, and Daniel Woodall, 20, were arrested and booked into the Dickson County jail.
Dickson police said none of them lived at the home.
The homeowner was not involved.