Coady thought she knew her neighbors.
"I'm in shock, still," she says.
Benton County sheriff's deputies arrested four people at a home on Turtle Creek Drive in Rogers Tuesday.
Tasha Hayes, Justin Mahurin, Rebekah Smith and David Wiser are all accused of making and dealing methamphetamine.
Hayes, Mahurin and Smith all have a criminal history, and were out on parole at the time of this latest arrest.
"Through the use of confidential informants and undercover buys and things of that nature we were able to put together a case," says Deputy Doug Gay.
Investigators didn't expect to find two kids in the home, and materials to make meth in their bedroom.
"This was another case where these suspects were making meth literally right under the noses of small children," Gay says.
Deputies say when a meth lab is found in a neighborhood, it impacts more than just the home where the drug is being made.
"Those vapors and particulate matter are really suspended components, and they're really not barriered by doors and walls."
Coady isn't worried about her health, but says she worries about the two children, who are now in state custody.
"I went over there, I was trying to see if they wanted me to take the kids so they'd have a familiar person with them you know because I'm sure this is pretty much a shock for them too," she says. "I think meth is a demon from hell and it's got a lot of people."
And it saddens her to see little lives caught up in the mess.
The four suspects all face felony charges, including manufacturing a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia.
The children are now in custody of the Department of Human Services.