Sting operation leads to meth bust at Extended Stay hotel - WTVM.com-Columbus, GA News Weather & Sports

Sting operation leads to meth bust at Extended Stay hotel, identities released

Brad Harden Brad Harden
Jennifer Howze Jennifer Howze
Kayla Price Kayla Price
Keisha Campbell Keisha Campbell
Kristopher Carver Kristopher Carver
COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

An undercover sting operation led to a meth bust in north Columbus on Thursday.

Five people are in jail after being arrested at the Extended Stay on Armour Road.

Many officers were out at the scene around 4:30.

They confiscated six ounces of meth, some hydrocodone, marijuana, and four guns.

Kristopher Carver is charges with possession and use of drug related objects, theft by receiving stolen property, trafficking in methamphetamine, and violation of parole.

Brad Harden is charged with possession and use of drug related objects, theft by receiving stolen property, and trafficking in methamphetamine.

Jennifer Howze is charged with theft by receiving stolen property, trafficking in methamphetamine, and violation of probation.

Kayla Price is charged with possession and use of drug related objects, possession of marijuana, less than one ounce possession, manufacture, distribution of controlled substance, theft by receiving stolen property, and trafficking in methamphetamine.

Keisha Campbell is charged with possession and use of drug related objects, theft by receiving stolen property, trafficking in methamphetamine.

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