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January 14, 2005

Thomasville- Three men and a woman are charged with Manufacturing methamphetamine in the presence of Children. The new drug law passed last year went into effect in July.

Authorities raided a home at Red Tip Estates mobile home park last night and caught the suspects in the act. "We actually interrupted them in the process of cooking the meth. But manufacturing carries the same penalty.", says Thomas County Narcotics and Vice Agent Kevin Lee.

Police identified the four arrested as 30 year Ben Robert Burget, 34 year old Marty Ivan Brumley, 34 year old Mario Cedeno, and 33 year old Tammy Brumley.

The manager of at Red Tip Estates tells us she is proactive in keeping drugs out of the mobile home park. She says she has rid it of 3 meth labs and a house of ill repute in the past year.

Posted at 6:20 by stephen.ryan@walb.com