Three people are behind bars this morning after Hancock County Narcotics Agents say they found them in the process of cooking meth.
According to the Sheriff's Department, agents went inside the home on Taranto Street in Waveland around midnight and found two active meth labs, one in a bathroom and one in the attic. Agents also found a small amount of the finished product, and several precursor chemicals.
The owner of the home, Destiny Tullos, 27, is charged with manufacturing a controlled substance and generation of hazardous waste. Patrick Gable, 32, of Waveland, and Benny Dardar, 27, of Bay St. Louis, face the same charges. Dardar is also charged with possession of meth.
All three are being held at the Hancock County Jail.
A clean-up crew was called to the scene to clean and dispose of all hazardous waste.
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