LEBANON, Tenn. (WKRN) – Three people were arrested after materials used to manufacture methamphetamine were reportedly found in a Lebanon home Tuesday.
Animal control officers responded to a home in the 1900 block of Roanoke Driver around 11 a.m.
Officers were called to the home in reference to a citation for animals at large.
After knocking on the door of the guest house where the dog owner lives, a man opened the door and officers were reportedly overtook by a strong odor.
They were advised the owner was not at home and left the residence when they began suffering from a headache and chest pains.
The animal control officer contacted police who obtained a search warrant, searched the home and reportedly found materials used to manufacture methamphetamine.
Other drug paraphernalia was also found at the home, according to the Lebanon Police Department.
Lebanon police reported Andrew Skaalerud, 32, Audria Estes, 27 and Milton Putnam, 35, were booked into the Wilson County jail. They face drug and other related charges.
The animal control officers were checked out at an area hospital and released.