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By Jim Wallace - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –Turns out that meth lab busted in East Albany yesterday was a highly organized operation.

These are the items taken from Michael and Noleen Anthony's home on Duitman Road. There were 32 and a half grams of high quality crystal meth, along with marijuana, cocaine and possible heroin.

Officers also found more than $1200 dollars in cash, guns, chemicals and ingredients for making meth. That includes more than 900 cold tablets, ground up for making meth.  Agents also confiscated several fake driver's licenses and a computer to make them, to help beat Georgia law requiring people sign for cold medications.

ADDU Commander Major Bill Berry said "My first thought is that they are trying to beat the system by using 3 or 4 different licenses. So that it doesn't appear that one person is buying, what I said 968 grams. That's a lot of cold pills. That's a whole lot of cold pills. "

The Anthonys are in the Dougherty County jail without bond, while ADDU investigators continue tracing the drugs.

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