PALM COAST, Fla. -- A man in Palm Coast was arrested Friday during a police raid for his role in a bedroom meth lab, authorities said.
With a helicopter circling overhead, investigators with the Flagler County Sheriff's Office Special Investigations Unit and SWAT served a search warrant shortly after noon on Raeitan Way in Palm Coast.
Investigators detained five people from the home and found evidence of a meth lab inside a bedroom, according to police.
"Our investigators followed up on information they received and were able to shut this operation down. It's my belief that similar operations exist in our county and as we identify them, we will be moving in to shut them down and arrest those involved in the operation, " said Sheriff James L. Manfre.
Michael Lee Marsh, 30, was arrested and charged with manufacturing or possessing methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
He was transported to the Flagler County Inmate Facility where he was held and later released on $5,500 bond.
After bonding out, Mash was arrested again on other drug charges early Saturday morning with 2 other subjects, according to FCSO.
First Coast News