In April 30 Issue
A meth bust was made at a trailer on Wooldridge School Rd. south of Jamestown off of U.S. 127 Tuesday night, according to Deputy Sheriff Nick Bertram.
Bertram, who was the arresting officer, said the sheriff's office received information about meth possibly being made at the trailer and upon arriving at Mullins' trailer, officers were granted consent to search the trailer where they found a one-step method, finished meth product and various precursors to meth as well as the various other substances.
Arrested around 10 p.m. Tuesday was Shane Mullins, 26, on charges of possession of marijuana, second degree possession of a controlled substance (lortab), first degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) and manufacturing methamphetamine.
He was lodged in the Russell County Detention Center. Earlier this week Mullins was indicted by the Russell County Grand Jury on two counts of possession of a controlled substance as well as tampering with physical evidence.
Assisting Bertram were Deputies Jason Warriner, Mark Cromwell, Clete McAninch and Constable Michael "Toe Joe" Bray.