WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas -- Williamson County authorities have made a big drug bust.
The sheriff's department working with DEA agents has charged 16 people with engaging in organized criminal activity.
According to Sergeant John Foster, in the last two and a half years, they purchased more than 100,000 tablets of pseudoephedrine from Williamson County pharmacies.
Investigators say the pills were being used to make meth. They say methamphetamine was being made in a home located at 2100 block of Highclimb Court in Travis County.
All 16 people face five to 99 years in prison.