ANGELINA COUNTY, TX (KTRE) - An anonymous tip led Angelina County deputies to a meth lab on Lufkin Avenue Saturday evening, where they made three arrests, according to a narcotics office.
Officer Tom Matthews said deputies went to the residence, which is about a mile from Lufkin High School, around 5:30 p.m. after they received the tip. Tommy Glenn Hollingsworth, 47, of Lufkin, the owner of the residence, answered the door and allowed deputies to search the home, Matthews said.
Matthews said deputies found a red phosphorus lab and a shake-and-bake lab in the home and called him to the residence to process the evidence.
Deputies arrested Hollingsworth, Jamie Danielle Fricks, 41, of Lufkin, and Christopher Paul Musick, 32, of Lufkin. Each are charged with manufacturing and delivery of a controlled substance. Hollingsworth also has a charge of possession of a controlled substance.
All three are being held at the Angelina County Jail. Fricks and Musick have bonds set at $100,000 and Hollingsworth has bond set at $252,500.