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No charges filed against Payson woman after Quincy drug bust

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A Payson woman taken into custody during a Quincy drug bust on Tuesday will not face any charges.

Deborah Russell, 49, was released from jail Wednesday.

Adams County State's Attorney Jon Barnard says there wasn't enough evidence to support charges against her.

Police executed a search warrant at 2423 St. Anthony Road and reportedly found several shake and bake meth labs along with a firearm. (Click here to read to the original story)

Authorities say a child was also living in the home.

Diane Beers, 23, and Joshua Lovelace, 21, face various meth charges.

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