Edmonson Voice Report:
Three individuals have been arrested on a multitude of felony charges after a drug complaint led to the discovery of active meth labs in Wingfield, according to the Edmonson County Sheriff's Office.
In a press release, the Sheriff's Office said that an Edmonson County Sheriff’s Deputy and an officer from the Barren River Drug Task Force responded to the 3300-block of Wingfield Church Road in reference to a drug complaint. According to the Sheriff's Office, law enforcement made contact with Roger Conger (44), Brandon Hagan (30), and Faith Lindsey (23), and a probable cause search warrant was requested and granted for the residence.
The Sheriff's Office also reported that the search resulted in the discovery of multiple bags of suspected methamphetamine, along with a host of drug paraphernalia commonly used for the manufacturing of methamphetamine. The Wingfield Volunteer Fire Department was also called to the scene to assist in dismantling numerous active meth labs, the press release said.
Conger, Hagan, and Lindsey were all arrested on scene and charged with:
All three were transported and lodged in Hart County Jail.
"The Sheriff’s Office appreciates the assistance provided by the Barren River Drug Task Force, Wingfield Volunteer Fire Department, and Edmonson County Emergency Management," the press release stated.