Two Gainesville men were arrested on charges of growing marijuana and possession of methamphetamine Thursday, law enforcement officials said.
Jason Lamar Cain, 37, and Brandon Michael Hughey, 28, are both charged with possession of methamphetamine and manufacturing marijuana, Lt. Scott Ware of the Gainesville-Hall County Multi Agency Narcotics Squad reported Friday.
Cain and a third man, 25-year-old Mitch Dwight Webb of Gainesville, also were charged for probation warrants when agents found them to be in violation of outstanding probation warrants.
MANS agents arrested the three men at 2830 Outer Circle in Hall County, Ware reported, after the unit conducted a drug investigation on Cain and Hughey.
Reports said the men had a “gallon bucket with marijuana growing” at the residence and “glass smoking devices with methamphetamine residue.”
The men were booked at the Hall County Jail and had first appearance in magistrate court.
The men had criminal records for drug charges, records showed.
Cain had been arrested for manufacturing marijuana in 2009 and possession of methamphetamine in 2004.
Hughey had been charged four times for possession of marijuana since 2009.