SHERMAN, Tex. -- Grayson County Sheriff’s Deputies made another meth bust in the Sherman area on Tuesday. Deanna Lynn Adams, 28, was arrested on charges of manufacturing and delivering a controlled substance, among other charges.
Deputies raided Adams’ home on Smith Road. Narcotics officers say they found a loaded assault rifle, five other weapons, ammunition, and marijuana, along with components of a meth lab.
Grayson County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Rickey Wheeler says investigators determined a meth lab was in operation, even though it wasn't active at one time.
"When you have stuff like that in your home and when you've guarded your home with assault rifles, shotgun, pistols and a pit bull, you are expecting 1. - Law enforcement to come, or 2. - Other drug dealers who know you are cooking meth, and they possibly may come to steal it," Wheeler says.
Wheeler says Adams is likely facing federal charges because of the weapons found in her home along with the narcotics. She is out of jail on a $21,500 bond.
This is the second meth bust in Sherman in past 7 days. Authorities found a meth lab in the 800 block of Martin Street in Sherman on Friday and arrested the man responsible. (See Related Stories)