The DeQuincy Police Department says officers discovered its sixth meth lab in the last 60 days.
Investigators say the latest discovery was made Thursday in a home at 319 Smith Street, and this time, small children were found living at the home.
The four children are ages 3,4,5 and 6 years old.
Investigators say the children found two hypodermic needles and Valium on a floor while they were playing.
DeQuincy Police arrested 46-year-old Debra McIntier Burchett, 40-year-old Freecia May Hunt and 26-year-old James Devin Burchett, all from DeQuincy.
All three suspects were charged with creation and operation of a clandestine laboratory, possession of CDS II, child endangerment and possession of dug paraphernalia. They were booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center.
Judge Wilford Carter set the following bonds: Freecia Hunt, $10,000; Debra Burchett, $25,000; and James Burchett, $25,000.
The DeQuincy Police Department received assistance from State Police Narcotics, Sulphur Police Department Narcotics, Calcasieu Parish Sheriffs' Department and Beauregard Parish Narcotics.