The Mesa County Sheriff's Office says it got almost 19 grams of meth off the streets after arresting two people on Thursday.
Deputies arrested 22–year–old Savannah Wilcox and 20–year–old Joseph Nagib on warrants after they found them in a trailer on Mitchell Road in Grand Junction.
According to an arrest affidavit, deputies found a box and several baggies of meth and other amphetamines in the trailer.
Investigators say 19 grams is enough meth to get 72 people high.
Wilcox and Nagib are being held in the Mesa County Jail waiting to face a judge.
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