Detective Terry Blanton with the Grayson County Sheriff's Department said Friday (Apr. 1) that on March 25 Deputy Matt Darst was serving a court summons on Drake at his residence located at 328 A Joe Harris Road "when he smelled a strong odor of ether coming from the residence."
Drake and Hook were not home at the time, and according to Blanton, "Deputy Darst backed off, and we then obtained a search warrant for the residence."
Blanton said that deputies "found numerous items, ingredients and equipment used in the manufacturing and use of meth."
Both Drake and Hook were arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance and manufacturing methamphetamine.
They are both being lodged in the Grayson County Detention Center and each is being held on a $50,000 cash bond.
The Grayson County Sheriff's Department was in charge of the investigation.
Meth busts are quickly becoming a recurring theme in Grayson County.
Since the start of 2005, four meth labs have been discovered in the county. Eight people have been arrested on meth manufacturing charges, with more arrests to follow as several meth labs are still being investigated by law enforcement.
One East Grayson case involved a record amount of meth confiscated.