Houston County deputies say several Wiregrass residents are in jail after a major methamphetamine bust.
Sheriff Lamar Glover says the deputies along with the Dothan Police Department Vice Squad executed a search warrant at a home in Taylor.
When they were met at the rear entrance, officers detected a strong chemical odor.
Officials recovered 300 grams of meth with a street value of $45,000 and chemicals used to make methamphetamine.
Arrested were two Taylor residents, 39-year-old Jeffrey Wayne Phillips and Daniel Thomas Alford.
Three Dothan residents, 23-year Phillip Hobbs, Jr, 24-year-old Joseph Curtis Davis and 21-year-old Krystal Jee Kirkland were also arrested.
All five are in the Houston county jail. Bond is set at $120,000.
A juvenile was also arrested during the methamphetamine bust.
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