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Citrus paramedics busted for making meth

Citrus County, Florida -- A search warrant at a home in Inverness resulted in the arrest of three people, two of which were paramedics working for Naturecoast EMS.

The search home on South Fernpark Terrace was searched on Wednesday after a month long investigation into methamphetamine manufacturing at the home. Found inside the home were all the chemicals needed to make meth and numerous pieces of drug paraphernalia.

Stephanie Smith, Jeffrey Kehr and Heather Carson were all arrested. Kehr and Carson are both paramedics and arrested at their place of work.

All suspects admitted to making and using meth on a regular basis at the home.

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