A six-month undercover drug investigation in the Panhandle has netted two arrests, along with crystal methamphetamine and the chemicals used to make it.
Early Friday morning, DeFuniak Springs Police and Walton County sheriff's investigators raided a house on East Main Avenue.
Area residents notified police of heavy vehicular traffic taking place outside the residence at all hours of the day and night.
Authorities say the occupants of the home have been taken into custody, and will face drug related charges.
"This part of the state and region of the country is bad for crystal-meth. Through investigations we will continue to work and keep it from our streets to do that," said Michael Adkinson of DeFuniak Springs Police Dept.
Authorities expect Friday's bust will lead to additional arrests in coming days.
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