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Two arrested after Escambia meth bust

ESCAMBIA CO., Fla. -- Two people are behind bars after a meth bust in Escambia County on Monday.

Deputies raided a home on Anne Circle after a report of suspicious activity. They searched the home and found supplies to make meth.

Charles Faulkner is charged with trafficking drugs and possession and equipment to make meth. ...

Source: www.weartv.com/

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