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FERNANDINA BEACH, Fla. — A Nassau County man and woman are facing charges after police discovered an active meth lab at their Fernandina Beach home.

Police arrested Kama Shante Gainey, 35, and Henry Joseph Lannon II, 29, at their house on the 1700 block of Atlantic Avenue on Wednesday after serving a search warrant.

Gainey and Lannon are charged with manufacturing of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of listed chemicals and possession of methamphetamine. Investigators plan to charge Gainey with the sale and delivery of methamphetamine.

Police interviewed three other people at the scene, but they were released.

According to a news release, the arrests ended a five-month investigation into methamphetamine production in the neighborhood.

Gainey and Lannon are in the Nassau County Jail. Their bonds were set at more than $120,000 each.



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