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Opelika Police: 4 arrested, charged with manufacturing Meth

Alyssa Johnson (Photo credit: Opelika Police Department) Alyssa Johnson (Photo credit: Opelika Police Department)
Brittany Parker (Photo credit: Opelika Police Department) Brittany Parker (Photo credit: Opelika Police Department)
Dennis Caldwell (Photo credit: Opelika Police Department) Dennis Caldwell (Photo credit: Opelika Police Department)
Patrick Sims (Photo credit: Opelika Police Department) Patrick Sims (Photo credit: Opelika Police Department)
OPELIKA, AL (WTVM) -

Four people were arrested in Opelika in connection to manufacturing Methamphetamine.

Investigators of the Opelika Police Department served a search warrant at 1306 West Point Parkway in Opelika on Tuesday August 20 at 5:37 p.m.

Items used in the manufacture of Methamphetamine along with several syringes and a digital scale were located during the search of the residence. Numerous firearms were also found throughout the residence.

Alyssa Jessica Johnson, age 23 of Auburn, Ala.; 24-year-old Brittany Nichole Parker of West Point, Ga.; 48-year-old Dennis Wayne Caldwell of Opelika, Ala.; and 21-year-old Patrick Lavon Sims of Valley, Ala. were arrested during the execution of the search warrant.

All four individuals are charged with manufacture of a controlled substance in the first degree and drug trafficking. All were transported to the Lee County Detention Facility.

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