3 face drug charges after police find 400 meth manufacturing bottles

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Three people face several drug charges after officials found over 400 meth manufacturing bottles and other items associated with meth in a Green County home Monday, officials said.

Several law enforcement agencies executed a search warrant at a residence in the 2400 block of Ullom Road in rural Browntown, according to a release.

Crews found over 400 meth manufacturing bottles, multiple meth manufacturing materials, methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, officials said. The occupants were arrested on tentative felony charges.

Anthony L. Herrera, 26, and Alexandra A. Orellana, 21, were arrested on tentative charges of manufacturing or producing methamphetamine, possession of meth waste and disposal of meth waste.

Jose R. Orellana, 50, was arrested on tentative charges of manufacturing or producing meth, possession of meth waste, disposal of meth waste and maintaining a drug dwelling.

This is the second meth manufacturing operation to be shut down in Green County this month, officials said.