A two-day drug sting, dubbed Operation Rolling Thunder, in Walker County sent 32 people to jail — including seven wanted on fugitive warrants — and brought the seizure and dismantling of four methamphetamine labs, sheriff Steve Wilson said.

Law enforcement officers arrested individuals for manufacturing and distribution of methamphetamine; distribution of crack cocaine; possession of marijuana; and possession and distribution of Schedule II, III and IV narcotics, including morphine, oxycodone, hydrocodone, valium, and klonepin, the sheriff said.

Wilson said agencies involved in “Operation Rolling Thunder,” which was carried out Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 17-18, included Lookout Mountain Judicial Drug Task Force, DEA, Georgia Probation, Georgia Parole, Georgia Department of Corrections, Catoosa County Sheriff’s Office, Walker County Sheriff’s Office, LaFayette Police Department, Dade County Sheriff’s Office and Chattooga County.

Those arrested from Chattooga County included:

Justin Daniel Chamlee, 30, of 2494 S. Longhollow Road, Trion, probation violation
 

Robert Lee Cochran, Jr., 23 of 14 Bearden Hill Drive, Trion, probation violation.

Dakota Ray Gilreath, 20, of 1500 Hemphill Road, Summerville, possession of marijuana.