UPDATE: Major meth bust in Saline County

UPDATE: Major meth bust in Saline County

Three have been arrested in what police are calling a major meth bust in Saline County.
Toni Roach was arrested by police officers in Saline County as part of a major meth bust.
Toni Roach was arrested by police officers in Saline County as part of a major meth bust.
James Lawson was arrested by police officers in Saline County as part of a major meth bust.
James Lawson was arrested by police officers in Saline County as part of a major meth bust.
Three people have been arrested in what Saline County deputies are calling a major meth bust.  After receiving a tip Monday afternoon, deputies served a search warrant at 5915 Springdale Road.

As investigators found meth and meth making materials in the garage, just feet from the home, two suspects drove up in a white SUV. It contained meth making materials as well.

Deputies arrested Christoper "Jacob" Neal and his girlfriend Toni Roach. Both lived at the home with Roach's parents. Investigators also found guns and marijuana at the home.

While on scene, officers say a cadillac SUV drove up with meth inside. The driver, identified as James Lawson, was arrested. The passenger, however, got out and ran. Deputies are still looking for that person.

The three arrested are being held in the Saline County jail.

Jacob Neal and Toni Roach are charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine, Maintaining a Drug Premises
Felony Drug Paraphernalia, simultaneous possession weapons/drugs.

James Lawson is charged with possession with intent to deliver, felony fleeing and possession of controlled substance.
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