GLEN ST. MARY, Fla. -- Four men were arrested Wednesday for allegedly producing meth after the Baker County Sheriff's Office received a tip from the Florida Department of Children and Families that meth was being produced while children were present.
Milton Jason Oralls, 38, Jason Troy Dupree, 34, Allen Edward Yonn, 33, and Russel Cory Rooker, 33, were taken into custody on Wednesday night.
DCF advised BCSO of possible meth production while en route to the home in the 10400 block of Clet Harvey Road to do a child welfare check
When deputies went to the home, the four men were seen running in and out of a shed on the home's property, according to a BCSO offense report.
Oralls was seen throwing multiple white objects into a burning fire pit and then was seen tossing a plastic jug on top of a grapevine.
The shed reportedly had "a strong chemical odor" coming from it and batteries, pliers and clear containers were visible from the shed's open doorway, the report said.
Oralls was arrested on charges of Possession of Methamphetamine, Manufacture of Methamphetamine and Destruction of Evidence.
Dupree, Yonn and Rooker were arrested on charges of Possession of Methamphetamine.
First Coast News