A Fayetteville man is in jail after several chemicals used to make methamphetamine were allegedly found in a home.
The Brown County Sheriff’s Office said it received information about a possible meth lab at a Lake Lorelei residence near Fayetteville. After what the office described as an intensive investigation, a search warrant was obtained and executed at noon Wendesday at the lake residence.
Officers located several chemicals used to make meth, the sheriff’s office said.
James Reckers was arrested and charged with illegal manufacture of drugs with a juvenile specification, a first-degree felony; and illegal assembly of chemicals with a juvenile specification, a second-degree felony.
Reckers was still incarcerated at the Brown County Detention Center awating arraignment Friday afternoon.
Assisting the sheriff’s office with the search warrant were the Clermont County Narcotic’s Unit and Brown County Job & Family Services.