Three people are facing charges after authorities said they found meth and moonshine at a home in Langston.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office said deputies and narcotics unit members searched a home on Cumberland Lane Friday and found methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia a moonshine still and untaxed alcohol.
Deputies arrested James Q. Little, 52, and charged him with meth possession, illegal alcohol possession, moonshine still possession and warrants for menacing and third-degree assault. He was booked and released on $6,500 bond.
Jason Woodle, 37, and Ginger Woodle, 39, were both charged with meth possession. They were both booked and released on $5,000 bonds.
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