A 38-year-old Harrison man was arrested Thursday on meth-making charges, authorities said.
Jason Ewing, of 9015 Wooten Road, was charged with felony possession of drug paraphernalia, initiation of the process of methamphetamine and felony possession for resale of methamphetamine, said Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Janice Atkinson.
Ewing is now in Hamilton County Jail under a $230,000 bond, she said.
When detectives arrived at the Wooten Road address, they found products used to manufacture methamphetamine, she said.
Other items seized were a sophisticated camera system, night vision binoculars, a device used to defeat a drug-detecting urine test, one advance warning alarm system and about three grams of methamphetamine with a street value of $360, Atkinson said.
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