Three people are in the Wayne County Jail accused of making methamphetamine in a home where a two-year-old child was found.
18-year-old Ashley Powers, 24-year-old Aaron Goodman and 35-year-old Kent Harper are facing charges of child endangerment, participating in meth manufacturing, possession of meth-making materials, possession of meth and drug paraphernalia and possession with the intent to distribute meth.
Sheriff's deputies went to a home the three were at in Fairfield after getting complaints of underage drinking and drug use. Once deputies got into the home, they seized items used to make methamphetamine.
Deputies also discovered a two-year-old boy in the house. That child has since been turned over to his biological mother.