FALLSTON, Md. - The Harford County Sheriff's Department has arrested three people after a search and seizure warrant led to a meth lab bust over the weekend.
The Harford County Sheriff's office special response team along with a county task force found the lab in a home on the 2000 block of Durham Road in Fallston.
Deputies entered and found weapons, thousands of dollars worth of methamphetamine known as crystal meth, and a meth lab in a bedroom closet in the home.
Included in the weapons found were handguns, assault rifles, homemade silencers, and a grenade launcher.
According to the sheriff's office the investigation is ongoing.
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