FERNANDINA BEACH, Fla. -- The Fernandina Beach Police Department, along with agents of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the Nassau County Sheriff's office, raided a home Wednesday afternoon following a five month investigation into suspected methamphetamine production.
According to a release from the Fernandina Beach Police Department, the upscale and usually quiet neighborhood was home to two suspects, Kama Shane Gainey and Henry Joseph Lannon, II who are accused of manufacturing meth.
The collective law enforcement agencies issued a search warrant at a home on the 1700 block of Atlantic Avenue where Gainey and Lannon lived and allegedly found the "essential precursor elements" needed to manufacture meth.
Both Gainey and Lannon have been charged with manufacturing of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of listed chemicals and possession of methamphetamine. Investigators plan to charge Gainey with additional charges of of sale and delivery of methamphetamine.
Both are being held at the Nassau County Jail on bonds of more than $120,000.00 each.
The Department of Children and Families accompanied law enforcement to the scene because children were known to reside inside the residence. DCF will continue to look into the well being of the children.
First Coast News