Three people are behind bars after deputies found meth during a probation and parole call.
Deputies responded to 860 Chapman Hollow Road to arrest Michael Rutherford on probation violation.
While at the home, officials located meth making materials and equipment. Officials located materials that led them to believe meth had been cooked at least three times in the residence.
Deputies also discovered evidence that led them to believe a five-year-old and a two-year-old lived in the home.
Authorities seized a camera, three shake bottles and two meth generators as well as paraphernalia.
Several people in the home had to be decontaminated.
Officials arrested Rutherford and charged him with violation of circuit court probation, violation of general sessions court probation, Haley's law aggravated child abuse and neglect, intent to manufacture methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
In addition, officials also arrested Robin White and Jessica Kennedy and charged them with Haley's law aggravated child abuse and neglect, intent to manufacture methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Rutherford was on probation for previous meth charges.