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3 charged for meth lab in Browntown
MONROE - Two Monroe men and a South Wayne woman were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine after narcotics agents found a meth lab in a Browntown residence on Monday.

The suspects, Anthony L. Herrera, 26, Monroe; Jose R. Orellana, 50, Monroe; and Alexandra A. Orellana, 21, South Wayne, were apprehended at the scene.

Each suspect faces a Class F felony charge of manufacturing methamphetamine and Class H felony charges of possessing and disposing of methamphetamine waste. Jose Orellana also faces a Class I felony charge of maintaining a drug dwelling.

According to a Green County Sheriff's report, agents of the State Line Area Narcotics Team searched a residence in the 2400 block of Ullom Road, Town of Cadiz, on a warrant. There they discovered more than 400 meth manufacturing bottles, as well as other manufacturing materials and paraphernalia.

All three suspects are jailed pending court.