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By Sarah Baldwin - bio | email

August 8, 2008

CAIRO, GA (WALB) -  The task force, along with Grady County deputies, had been investigating a group they thought was making the drug. 

When a deputy spotted them and tried to pull them over Tuesday night, they wouldn't stop. They sped down old Newton Road and pulled into a driveway where one of them lived.  When they got out of the car they were arrested.  

"At that point we had reason to search the vehicle and found a meth lab, components all in the vehicle. We knew they had been cooking meth, " said Grady County Sheriff Harry Young.

Authorities believe 23-year-old Jeremy Fulghum was the main cooker.  The others arrested were Blake Butler, Dustin McMillan and Joseph White.

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