|Updated: 12/03/2012 9:05 am
||Published: 12/03/2012 6:17 am
Three people were arrested early Sunday morning, accused of making meth in a home with a baby inside.
Amanda Johnson, Kenneth Bronson, and Harold Johnson are in the Tulsa County Jail. Amanda Johnson and Kenneth Bronson are being held on complaints of harboring a fugitive, endeavoring to manufacture meth, and child endangerment.
Officers say the 4-month-old baby in the home belonged to Amanda Johnson and Bronson.
Harold Johnson was also arrested on complaints of endeavoring to manufacture meth and harboring a fugitive.
Officers went to a home in the 1000 block of North Louisville Sunday to serve a warrant for Bronson. When they got there, they thought they smelled meth coming from the house. They found Bronson hiding inside a closet, and materials used to make meth in the house.
The baby was taken from the house.
Amanda Johnson's bond is set at $35,000, Bronson's is $55,000, and Harold Johnson's is $10,000.