Fredericksburg Police Department (FPD) executed three warrants for drug-related cases over the past month.
The first instance was shortly after 5 p.m., Aug. 14, when a narcotics search warrant for methamphetamines was executed at 294 Friendship Lane.
Emily Schmidt, 30, Zachary Vargas, 22 and Travis Rakes, 33, were arrested after the search warrant was executed, said FPD Detective Sgt. Terry Weed.
According to Weed, Schmidt and Vargas were arrested and charged with first-degree felonies for the manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance over four grams and under 200 grams.
Their charges are enhanced for being in a drug-free zone.
Rakes was not charged for manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance, but was charged with possession of more than a gram and less than four grams. His charges are also enhanced because of the drug-free zone designation.