SULLIVAN COUNTY, Tenn. -

According to the Sullivan County Sheriff's Office a Bluff City couple came home around 11:00 Friday night to find lights on and cars in the driveway they didn't recognize.

Police responded to the home on Littrell Private Drive. Investigators say the couple's grandson was at the home without permission, along with four other people.

According to police meth was found inside the home.

In all detectives found four active one pot labs, one used cook bottle, 13 used gas generator bottles as well as a number of ingredients used in the meth making process.  

Police tell us the couple's grandson says he was paid $100 to use the home to make meth.

All five suspects were decontaminated at the scene and transported to the Sullivan County Jail.  

The home has been quarantined.

Deputies arrested 32-year-old Wesley O’Dell, 38-year-old Charles Hartley, 41-year-old David Jones and 22-year-old Erica Moore are all charged burglary, promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

24-year-old Melissa Timbs is charged with burglary and promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine