Hudson -- Two persons were arrested and charged with multiple counts of drug offenses March 15 after Hudson Police and members of the Metro Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) served a search warrant at 1393 Faymont Drive at 5:30 a.m.
Police entered the residence when the occupants would not come out.
City Communications Manager Jody Roberts said Hudson resident Eric L. Eaton, 46, and Akron resident Amanda R. Ashley, 26, were both charged with illegal manufacture of methamphetamines, first degree felonies; illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, second degree felonies; trafficking in drugs, fifth degree felonies; and possession of a controlled substance, fifth degree felonies.
Eaton also was charged with having a weapon under disability.
They were arrested and taken to Summit County Jail awaiting arraignment.
Officers found chemicals used in the manufacture of drugs, amphetamines and a weapon when they searched the home.
The Faymont Drive residence belongs to Eaton's mother who is living in Florida, according to Roberts.
"The police received a tip that drugs were being sold out of the home," Roberts said.
An undercover operation by Hudson Police led to the search warrant which was served by police and the Metro Swat team in the early morning hours of March 15.
According to Roberts, the charges were more severe since there is a day care center near the home.
The investigation is continuing.