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Last updated on Thursday, August 20, 2009
(BROWNSTOWN, IN) - The report of a burglary lead Jackson County Police to the discovery of a non-operating meth lab and an arrest of one man Sunday.
Officers originally responded to a burglary.
When the arrived at the residence police noticed the garage door of the residence had been kicked in to gain entry.
Through the course of the investigation, police discovered a meth and several reported stolen items that had been used to build the meth lab.
32-year-old Jamie Bradford of Freetown has been charged with possession of stolen property, attempting to manufacture methamphetamine and is facing federal charges with the U.S. Forestry.
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