RHINELANDER - Police busted four people cooking meth in a Northwoods home Tuesday.
Oneida County Sheriff's Office say they found them in a home yesterday just northwest of Rhinelander.
Sheriffs deputies arrested Gerry Frederick, Thomas Franz, Scott Dumpprope and Carrie Steinmetz.
It happened on Trails End Road in the town of Pine Lake.
They found meth, weed and a meth lab in the house.
The sheriff's office believes they sold the drugs and had intentions of selling more.
They also think they'll arrest more people.
"Other people were involved and we're going to continue our investigation," said Oneida County Sheriff Lieutenant, Dan Hess.
"There's a possibility that other people may be arrested as a result of this case."
Hess isn't sure how many people could be arrested.
But he does want the community's help in the future.
"If they notice more traffic going in and out of homes that typically isn't the case, if they see this, if they can report this to us," Hess said.
"If they have any suspicions of some type of drug house or drug activity that's occurring there, please contact your local police department."
Hess says all four suspects will be in court tomorrow.