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Three busted on meth charges
Bobby E. Hall, Pamela K. Boguszewski and Justin Kidwell have been charged for allegedly manufacturing methamphetamine. - photo by Photo provided.

Three Long County residents recently were arrested and charged with manufacturing an illegal drug, according to Long County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Tom Sollosi. Justin Kidwell, Pamela K. Boguszewski and Bobby E. Hall are in custody.
A task force of deputies led by Lt. Danny Dinkins served a search warrant March 30 at a Rye Patch residence that was occupied by the three suspects, all of whom had been under investigation, Sollosi said.
While searching the home, deputies found components of chemicals and ingredients needed to manufacture methamphetamine. The detective said that after the evidence was obtained, Kidwell, Boguszewski and Hall were taken to the sheriff’s office for processing. All three were charged with possession of methamphetamine, manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of the tools for the commission of a crime and conspiracy to violate the Georgia controlled-substance act, the lieutenant said.  
The three suspects appeared before the probate and were denied bond, according to Sollosi.

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