An Alabama man with an outstanding warrant for felony assault has been arrested during a traffic stop.
Larry Baugh, 41, of Paint Rock, Ala., has been avoiding arrest for several months, said Jackson County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Rocky Harnen in a news release.
On Tuesday, a deputy pulled Baugh over and found chemicals used to make methamphetamine, prescription pills and drug paraphernalia, Harnen said.
Baugh was charged with second-degree assault, possession of precursor chemicals, unlawful manufacturing of controlled substances, unlawful possession of controlled substances and possession of drug paraphernalia, Harnen said.
He was taken to Jackson County jail, where he remains without bond.
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