The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office and drug task force arrested two men on methamphetamine-related charges Tuesday night.
A deputy pulled over Mentone, Ala., resident Stephen Conrad Hawkins, 46, on Highway 117 when the deputy noticed what appeared to be a meth lab in the car, a news release said.
Hawkins was arrested on charges of drug possession and manufacturing, the release said.
That same night, a deputy and drug task force agent pulled over Fort Payne, Ala., resident James D. Craft, 34, and discovered he had meth and drug paraphernalia, a DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office release said.
Craft was charged with drug possession, the release stated.
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