Man makes meth, again, at elderly dad’s home

A Perry man was arrested last Thursday for operating a meth lab in his father’s mobile home on Vera Lane—the second time he has been charged with the same offense at the same location.

“Acting on information we received, Rusty Davis, Marty Nowlin and myself went to 3672 Vera Lane to investigate. While making first contact with the homeowner, we noticed two marijuana plants growing behind the home. A search of the home revealed all the ingredients—including ‘Shake & Bake’ bottles—for making methamphetamine,” Taylor County Sheriff’s Office Capt. Ron Rice said.

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