One of the largest meth labs ever busted in the state of Georgia is no longer in business.
Deputies in Coweta County and federal agents say they uncovered hundreds of pounds of the drug, worth millions of dollars, at a home in Palmetto, Georgia.
DEA agents raided the house last week. They say a man, woman and three young children were living in the home.
Inside, agents say they found 310 pounds of methamphetamine. On the street, that’s worth between two and half and three million dollars.
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