Comments Off on Sarah Deering, 23, and Edward Olsen, 23, of Busti, arrested; 2 children taken from trailer that had Methamphetamine lab

BUSTI, N.Y. (WKBW) – Two people are facing charges after meth was found in two trailers at a Southern Tier mobile home park. Two small children were also living in one of the trailers.IMG_1304_1431715960065_18268909_ver1_0_640_480

Around 9 p.m. on Thursday, members of the Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force raided two trailers at the Bosco Trailer Park on Busti Sugargrove Road in the Town of Busti. Authorities say both trailers were being used to make, store and sell meth.

Edward Olsen, 23, was arrested as he tried to flee one of the trailers while officers entered through another door. Inside the trailer, officers found a meth lab, 55 ounces of meth oil, five shotguns and rifles, and the items needed to make more meth.

He has been charged with second degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.IMG_1305_1431715960041_18268908_ver1_0_640_480

Officers entered the other trailer, where they found 23-year-old Sarah Deering and two small children. Inside the trailer was evidence of meth, marijuana, along with two more shotguns.

Authorities say the conditions in the trailer were deplorable. Child Protective Services responded and took the children.

Deering and Edward Olsen are charged with two counts each of endangering the welfare of a child and unlawful possession of marijuana.

During the raid, officers located 29-year-old Brian Olsen and took him into custody on an outstanding warrant. He and Edward Olsen were taken to the Chautauqua County Jail. Deering is free pending a court date.

Additional charges are pending against Edward Olsen.

Both trailers have been deemed uninhabitable and were sealed.

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