Authorities say they found 2.5 pounds of methamphetamine packaged for sale at a home on Old Cornelia Highway.
The meth was found Tuesday in 42 1-ounce bags during a search of the home in the 2000 block, according to Sgt. Don Scalia with the Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad. Scalia reports its street value was $114,000.
A small amount of marijuana, $6,273 in cash, three firearms, scales and packaging materials also were found, Scalia reported.
Four people are charged with trafficking meth and possession of meth with the intent to distribute: Larry Dwayne Fricks, 25, of Gainesville; Victor Joseph Lafountain, 43, of Gainesville; Bobby Joshua Fowler, 25, of Gainesville; and Chelsea L. Mangum, 25, of Gainesville. Fricks and Lafountain also face charges of possession of a gun by a felon. Fricks, Lafountain and Mangum are charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana.
The suspects have been booked in to the Hall County Jail. No additional charges or arrests are expected.