Four Arrested In Autauga County Meth Bust

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By Catalina Trivino

Authorities in Autauga County arrest four people in a drug raid.

Alabama News Network was on scene when it happened. Autauga County Chief Deputy, Joe Sedinger, says one of the biggest problems in their county is meth and that's exactly what they found today.

The raid happened at a home on the corner of Highway 31 and County Road 68 -- that's where authorities arrested 4 people on possession charges and they could face possible distribution charges. Chief Sedinger says they found several bags of crystal meth in the house. Some of those bags cost about $700 each. Canine units were also on scene and authorities are still trying to determine how much meth there was in the house.

Chief Sedinger says they got the tip because neighbors were complaining about heavy traffic coming in and out of the house.

Stay tuned on Alabama News Network at 5 to find out who was arrested.

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