A raid on a home where drug agents suspected meth-making resulted in four people being charged Friday, according to the Scott Co. Sheriff's Office.
Agents conducted the bust at a property in the Oneida area around 7:00 p.m. after a detective received information about people buying drugs, a sheriff's investigator said.
The sheriff's office declined to release the exact location of the home so as not to embarrass neighbors.
Arriving officers found several piles of burned trash containing materials used to make methamphetamine.
They discovered more paraphernalia in the home as well as finished meth product.
Charges range from manufacturing meth to possession of the drug.
The sheriff's office said they saw a 67 percent increase in meth labs in the area in 2012, and that increase continues this year.