St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Narcotics agents say a routine traffic stop led to the discovery of two active methamphetamine labs, and they arrest of two people.

Detectives patrolling the Highway 90 area in Amelia saw a driver speeding.

Police stopped 32-year-old Lynette Guidry's car, and she gave them her permission to search it.

Detectives found three bags of methamphetamine and a glass pipe in the car along with a bag of meth on Guidry.

Police say in addition to speeding, Guidry's license plate was cancelled, and she was driving under suspension.

She was taken to jail.

Agents then went to her home at 3107 Wytchwood Drive in Morgan City where they received the permission of 58-year-old Ira Grow Jr. to search the house.

Detectives uncovered two active methamphetamine labs and equipment used to make the drug.

Guidry was arrested for:

  •  Speeding
  • Vehicle license required
  • Driving under suspension
  • Possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia

Grow was arrested for:

  • Manufacturing methamphetamine
  • Operation of a clandestine laboratory
  • Possession of a firearm in the presence of a controlled dangerous substance
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia