FORSYTH, Ga. -- 11Alive's news partner WMAZ is learning more more about a Monroe County meth bust that has 29 people in custody, including the woman they're calling the head of the ring.
WMAZ's Nicole Butler spoke with a neighbor who says her street doesn't feel as safe.
"When you have kids and you think of it happening right down the road, that's when it starts to get a little, little scary," Amy Carr said. She was a neighbor of Jayna Forbus.
Carr moved onto Boxankle Road less than 2 months before, saying she never thought something like this would happen so close to her home.
Carr said that even though she has never met Forbus, knowing about her case makes her more wary of her children's safety.
"Especially him and my daughter like to go up to people they don't know and start a conversation because they don't know what strangers are," Carr said. "So you start being more wary because you don't know what people do behind closed doors."
The sheriff's office is calling Forbus Monroe County's "Queen Pin" following Operation No Doze.
"Basically, she was the one responsible for the actual large amounts of methamphetamine and distributing to the lower level dealers," Sergeant Lawson Bittick with the Monroe County Sheriff's Office said.
Forbus and 28 others are accused of being part of the ring that trafficked meth, ecstasy, pain pills, and stolen firearms.
Forbus was arrested at her home with about a pound of methamphetamine in her possession.
Sgt. Bittick said her children had been turned over to the Georgia Division of Family and Child Services (DFCS) over a year ago.
He also tells us that Forbus is no stranger to their jail.
"She's been arrested probably 10 to 15 times in our community, so she's a frequent flyer. We are all familiar with her," Bittick says.
According to the sheriff's office, Forbus has had several arrests for driving without a license, possession of a controlled substance and cruelty to children in the first degree.
Bittick said that since Wednesday they have made two new arrests in the case but investigators are still on the lookout for two men - Christopher Derrick Stewart and Kyle Nolan Peters.
Anyone with information on their whereabouts can call the sheriff's office at 478-994-7010.