After finding pieces of a meth lab inside a Bradley County house, three men were arrested on Wednesday.
Justin Holt, 29, Nathan Myers, 23, both of 240 Dixie Drive, and Joseph T. Sydnor, 20, of 4025 Bates Pike were arrested, said sheriff’s spokesman Bob Gault.
All three were charged with initiation of the process to manufacture meth, felony possession of drug paraphernalia and reckless child endangerment, Gault said.
Bradley County Sheriff’s deputies were looking for a suspect on a criminal warrant at 240 Dixie Drive when they received permission to look inside, he said.
Deputies found two pills, a small bag of meth and several other components used to make meth, Gault said. A 2-year-old child also had been living inside the house, he said.