Deputies have busted what may be one of the largest methamphetamine labs in Walton County.
When deputies went to serve warrants on two suspects in Ponce De Leon, they found them in the process of manufacturing methamphetamine.
The area was secured and the three subjects were detained while the Walton County Narcotics Unit was notified.
It too six law enforcement officers and a three man team with the Hazardous Materials Disposal Company, almost eight hours to dismantle the lab, document the evidence, and dispose of all the hazardous waste.
Deputies arrested Charles Alford, Aaron Miller and Jay Cruz all of Ponce De Leon.
Alford and Miller are being held without bond. Cruz had a bond set at $100,000. The investigation is continuing and more arrests are pending.
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