By CBS13 Staff

WEIMAR (CBS13) – A butane honey oil lab was raided in Placer County late last month – with deputies also discovering several grams of fentanyl in the operation.

The Placer County Sheriff’s Office says detectives served a search warrant at a property in Weimar along Mockingbird Hill Road back on April 27. The operation came after they got a tip earlier in the month about a suspected butane honey/has oil lab at the residence.

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Inside the home, detectives say they did indeed find butane as well paraphernalia used to make honey oil.

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Larry Henricks, a 57-year-old resident of the home, was detained.

Detectives also found 12 grams of suspected meth, 9 grams fentanyl, and a prescription for the drug Tradazone in someone else’s name.

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Henricks has since been arrested and is now facing charges of manufacturing a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance for sale.