Suspected meth lab found in Montgomery Co. man's home

Joshua Wineman is charged with first-degree felony Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled Substance; second-degree felony Possession of Certain Chemicals With Intent to Manufacture Controlled Substance; and third-degree felony Unlawful Possession of a Firearm. (Montgomery County Constable's Office)

April 13, 2013 11:33:27 AM PDT
A Montgomery County man is facing charges after a tip led authorities to an alleged meth lab Friday.

Acting on a tip, Precinct 4 deputy constables went to a home in the 12700 block of Lewis Road in unincorporated Cleveland near Splendora.

Investigators went into the home, where they say they found a items associated with manufacturing methamphetamine. They also say they found and confiscated 250 grams of meth in both liquid and crystal form.

Investigators say the owner of the home, Joshua Wineman, 23, admitted to allowing two people to cook meth there in exchange for a small amount of it.

Wineman, they say, was also found to be in possession of a .22 rifle, kept in the main cooking area.

He was arrested and taken to the Montgomery County Jail in Conroe.

Wineman is charged with first-degree felony Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled Substance; second-degree felony Possession of Certain Chemicals With Intent to Manufacture Controlled Substance; and third-degree felony Unlawful Possession of a Firearm.


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