A man from Cincinnatus was arrested Tuesday after a traffic stop by Broome County Sheriff’s deputies in the Town of Union.
Derick Ledger, 26, was pulled over a little after 1 pm on Route 26.
Police say he has an extensive history of making meth, along with burglary and drug possession.
Ledger was released from prison last year, and his parole expired in July according to deputies.
Officers say they found him with 1.5 ounces of crystal meth along with substances and chemicals used to make it.
Ledger had no driver’s license following a 2009 DWI.
The charges against Ledger include meth possession and unlicensed operation. He was arraigned and sent to the Broome County jail.