Chenango County Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested two people after they were found making meth in their home at 906 County Rd. 13 in Lincklaen, which is just over the Cortland County line.
Deputies went to the address after a tip that a meth lab may be there. There they saw burn piles at the residence and asked the State Environmental Conservation Police to help with the investigation.
Several “one pot” methamphetamine cooks were in plain view, along with a gas mask in the yard.
Methamphetamine and meth-related items were found after a search warrant was issued.
Deputies arrested 29-year-old Allyssa Jackson and 28-year-old James Kelly. Both were each charged with unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine, unlawful disposal of methamphetamine equipment and criminal possession of a controlled substance.
They were arraigned and sent to the Chenango County Correctional Facility on $20,000 cash bail.