A meth lab bust in High Falls has resulted in five arrests. Included among the five was a man convicted in Lamar County of involuntary manslaughter.Jessie Carroll Smith, 42, was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine. He served 20 years for the slaying of Norma Ogburn here on December 18, 1990.The full release from Allison Selman-Willis of the Monroe County sheriff’s office follows:The Forsyth-Monroe County Narcotics Task Force along with the DEA Meth Lab Response Team from Atlanta executed a search warrant on 188 Ruby Road in High Falls on August 8, 2011. Task Force members discovered an active meth lab on the premises along with an amount of methamphetamine. The Task Force arrested five people in association with this case. Emory Chester Denby, 37, charged with manufacturing meth and possession of a controlled substance. He is being held at the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Jail.Arianna Browning, 22, charged with manufacturing and possession of a controlled substance. She is being housed at another facility.Terry Orr, 49, the homeowner, was charged with manufacturing meth and possession of a controlled substance. He is being held at the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Jail.TayMary Spires, 36, was arrested on charges of obstruction of a law enforcement officer. She was released on 8/10/11 on $5,000 property bond. A subsequent investigation led Task Force members to Jesse Smith, 42, who was arrested on August 19, 2011 for manufacturing meth.He is being held at the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Jail. The investigation into this case continues.