BOONE COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Two Boone County men face unrelated meth charges following a pair of busts early Wednesday morning.
According to the Boone County Sheriff's Office, tips from the public sent deputies to two separate houses on Camp Creek Road where they found a meth lab at each home.
At one home, Deputies arrested Christopher Tully, 36, of Camp Creek and charged him with Operating a Clandestine Laboratory and Conspiracy.
At the other home, deputies say they arrested Brian Miller, 35, of Camp Creek and charged him with Attempting to Operate a Clandestine Laboratory, Conspiracy and 3 Counts of Child Neglect Creating a Substantial Risk of Injury for having his children present in the home.
"These arrests were made possible from information gathered from concerned citizens in the community. We will not tolerate people cooking or dealing drugs in our county, however a lot of times it is not possible to complete these investigations without help from the public," said Sheriff Randall White.
The men were taken to the Southwestern Regional Jail.
The Sheriff says the investigation was made possible with the help from the Madison Detachment of the W.Va. State Police.