published Friday, March 14th, 2014

Alabama man faces meth charges

A Stevenson, Ala., man has been arrested by the Jackson County Sheriff's Office on charges related to the production and possession of methamphetamine.

While searching the Stevenson area for a stolen 1998 Chevrolet Camaro SS, Stevenson Police Chief Danny Winters and JCSO Investigator Tony Baker discovered Terry Keith Waldrop, 50, in a vehicle parked on a dirt road using the "one pot" lab method to manufacture meth. Finished product meth was also discovered.

Waldrop was taken to the Jackson County Jail and charged with manufacturing controlled substances in the first degree and possession of controlled substances.

Additionally, the stolen vehicle was located in the area and returned to the owner. Waldrop was not involved in the theft of the Camaro. Haley Scott, 36, of Bridgeport was previously arrested or theft of property in connection with the vehicle theft on March 11.

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