The Olive Hill Police Department and FADE Drug Task Force made seven arrests late Friday night, following an investigation into methamphetamine manufacturing on Chili Street in Olive Hill.
Police responded to a home on Chili Street after receiving several reports of suspicious activity at the residence over few months.
There, police found two meth manufacturing labs along with other controlled substances, including methamphetamine, hydrocodone and marijuana. Police also seized a loaded firearm.
Those who were arrested include Jack D. Binion, 33, Timmy Oakley, 48, Natasha Parsons, 23, Philip Johnson, 27, Krista Binion, 32, Sarah Terry, 35, and Eric Barker, 36 years old, all of Olive Hill.
In total, twenty two charges were filed. All suspects are being charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine, a Class C felony as well as Jack Binion being charged with second offense Manufacturing Methamphetamine, a Class A felony.
All suspects were taken to the Carter County Detention Center.
Officers from both agencies are still investigating the case.