, Ore. (KMTR) -- The Douglas Interagency Narcotics Team (DINT) arrested two men in Roseburg Wednesday after finding a drug lab in their garage, a type of drug lab the team has never dealt with before.
They say the suspects were manufacturing the hallucinogenic drug DMT. Jessey Smith, 30, and Jared Wilson, 24, are both facing drug and endangering charges.
Officials say there were three children under the age of five living in the home on Wharton Street in Roseburg; there were also two adult women. The women were not arrested, but the Department of Human Services is now investigating. Officials say the men clearly put the children in danger.
"It's really serious in this situation because we had three kids - toddlers - under the age of five," says Curt Strickland of the DINT. "And the other thing was, part of the processing of the drugs was happening in their freezer where they had their food."
Strickland says DMT is a Schedule 1 drug. The lab is similar to a meth lab, but the effects of the drug are more comparable to LSD. DINT has never seen a lab like this in Douglas County, but recognized it from pictures of a DMT lab found in Lane County earlier this year.