KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, Fla. -- Tuesday Bradford County Police received an anonymous tip that led to seven arrests, according to a Bradford County Sheriff's Office press release.
The tip claimed that a residence in the 1200 block of 46th Loop allegedly had a methamphetamine lab.
The report said that deputies received the property owner's consent to search the residence. Once inside, the police found evidence of methamphetamine.
The residence was evacuated so the Hazmat Team from Clay County's Fire Rescue could declare it safe to enter.
Seven people were charged in the investigation and transported to the Bradford County Jail including:
Kevin Andrew Donley, 36, charged with aggravated battery.
Willie Alshaker Ford, 35, charged with warrant sale/possession of cocaine.
Justin Mathew Willingham, 27, charged with resisting without violence and possession of cocaine.
Danielle Nicole Suit, 25, is charged with manufacturing and possession of methamphetamine and keeping of a nuisance house for drug activity.
Kodiak Lee Spence, 26, and Hunter Elliot Spence, 24, charged with manufacturing and possession of methamphetamine.
James Ernie Padgett, 48, charged with possession of marijuana.
First Coast News