Fiorillo brothers arrested for making meth in Henrico homes

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HENRICO COUNTY, Va. -- Brothers Christopher and Tony Fiorillo were arrested and charged with making meth out of labs set up in two Henrico homes, according to a Henrico Police spokesman.

Police, fire and HAZMAT crews entered the homes Wednesday morning as part of two separate searches.

Christopher Neal Fiorillo and Antonio Dewayne Fiorillo (PHOTO: Henrico Police)

Christopher Neal Fiorillo and Antonio Dewayne Fiorillo (PHOTO: Henrico Police)

One of the homes is located along the 3011 block of Danville Street, off Williamsburg Road, the other home is along the 100 block of Huntsman Road in Sandston. The homes are apart five miles from each other.

Two children, ages five and seven, have been placed in the care of other family members, because police say the homes they were living in, were being used as meth labs, sources told CBS 6.

Sandston meth lab bust

Some neighbors said they suspected something was wrong when they kept smelling a foul odor near the homes.

"It doesn't matter where you live," Lawrence Satldon, who lives near the Danville home, said. "When they're cooking that stuff if they make one wrong move it could blow."

He said he has noticed an increased police presence in recent days.

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