THOMPSON, N.D. (KFGO-AM) -- Two people have been arrested after a drug raid on a home in Thompson, North Dakota.
Grand Forks County Sheriff's Deputies went to the home of James Hume to do a probation search. During the search they found items used to make meth.
Drug agents say Hume and Amanda Rocha, who also lives in the home, had been buying large amounts of pseudoephedrine, which is the main ingredient used to make meth.
Two children were removed from the home and placed in protective custody.
Hume is facing charges of manufacturing meth, possession of meth paraphernalia, and child neglect. Rocha was arrested for child neglect.