According to the Gordon County Sheriff's Office:
Stephen Todd Perry, 37, of 932 Moores Ferry Road, Plainville, is charged under the RICO act with conspiracy to traffic in methamphetamine, party to the crime of trafficking in methamphetamine, sale of methamphetamine, sale of schedule IV drugs.
Terrie Leigh Swift, 23, of 1570 Moores Ferry Road, Plainville, is charged under the RICO act with conspiracy to traffic in methamphetamine, trafficking in methamphetamine, sale of methamphetamine.
Wayne Spencer Swingle, 28, of 1570 Moores Ferry Road, Plainville, is charged under the RICO act with conspiracy to traffic in methamphetamine, trafficking in methamphetamine, sale of methamphetamine, party to the crimes of sale of methamphetamine and schedule IV drugs.
Sheriff's detectives are still seeking several others in connection with the investigation that was initiated last month.
During the execution of a search warrant on the two homes, and a warehouse behind one of the homes, on Moores Ferry Road, detectives and deputies seized more than 50 firearms, including assault rifles and hand guns, ammunition, methamphetamine and closed circuit electronic surveillance equipment.
Detectives also found a shooting target of a male with a Sheriff's badge drawn on it.
According to the Sheriff's Office, a bulk of the 50 firearms and the target with the sheriff's badge were found in the warehouse behind the residence on Moores Ferry Road.
The methamphetamine and schedule IV drugs were found inside the actual residence, according to detective reports.
"Our detective unit worked long hours putting this case together. It involved many hours of outdoor surveillance, undercover work, and an array of affidavits and warrants," said Gordon County Sheriff Mitch Ralston. "The deputies who executed the search and arrest warrants did so effectively, apprehending the defendants while insuring no one, innocent or otherwise, was hurt. These defendants will now go into the court system to answer to a jury of people from our community."