A state narcotics official said agents seized vehicles, cash, weapons and ammunition from a Long Beach home after finding a working meth lab Wednesday.
Agents also confiscated meth and assorted precursors from the home in the 20000 block of Commission Road, said Marshall Fisher, director of the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation.
Agents arrested Stanford Jackie Parker and his wife, Danielle Marie Parker, on charges of manufacturing meth, possession with intent to sell or distribute meth, and production of hazardous waste.
The Parkers, both 46, were targeted in an investigation of meth-making activity, Fisher said.
Agents seized eight grams of meth, which has an estimated street value of $1,000, he said. They also took a truck, a boat and an unspecified amount of cash believed to be drug proceeds.
The Parkers were held at the Harrison County jail, each on a $100,000 bond.
Fisher said the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department assisted in a day-long investigation that led to the arrests.