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Two arrested during meth bust at Knights Inn

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Source: Richmond County Sheriff's Office Source: Richmond County Sheriff's Office
AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

The Richmond County Sheriff's Office has arrested two individuals accused of manufacturing methamphetamine in an Augusta motel room.

Deputies originally received a call Monday night of a "suspicious situation" at the Knights Inn on Boy Scout Road.

The suspects were located in a room, along with items used in the process to make meth.

Terry Paige Hufton, 24, was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine. Hufton also tried to flee deputies, and is charged with obstruction of a law enforcement officers.

Jessica Elaine Parsons, 24, was also charged with manufacturing methamphetamine. She also faces a charge of possession of marijuana.

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