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The Trinity County Sheriff's Office arrested six people on meth-related charges Saturday afternoon.
Sheriff Woody Wallace says the arrests were the result of a long investigation. All six were made at a home on Jim Butler Road, just outside of the Groveton city limits.
Jason Hill, Karla Frith, Cori Fisher, Amanda Stacy, and Timothy Baughman were all arrested at the home.
The sixth person, Amber Pillows, drove up to the house while the arrests were being carried out. Sheriff Wallace says that Pillows had methamphetamine in her possession when she arrived, and was arrested.
The Groveton Police Department, and Trinity County District Attorney's Office also assisted in the arrests.