Three Sycamore residents were arrested for felony possession of drug paraphernalia associated with setting up a methamphetamine lab.
According to Talladega Drug and Violent Crime Task Force Commander Jason Murray, Sylacauga Police went to the house at 8 Railroad Street in an attempt to serve a felony warrant for an agency in another county. The person they were looking for at the time was not present, Murray said.
Officers attempting to serve the warrant detected a strong chemical smell and notified the task force.
Casey Scott Green, 29, and Susan Rae Davis, 42, both live at the Railroad Street address. A third person, Phillip Wade Pullen, 50, was also arrested at the house, although he showed a different address in Sycamore.
All three were charged with felony possession of drug paraphernalia. District Judge Jeb Fannin set the bond for Davis at $10,000 and Green and Pullen at $20,000.
Pullen was also served with warrants for failure to appear and writing bad checks.
The paraphernalia recovered included acids, used coffee filters, baggies, funnels, empty pill packs, batteries, lye and other lab components.
Felony possession of drug paraphernalia is a Class C felony in Alabama, punishable upon conviction by one year and one day to 10 years in prison.