Traffic stop leads to mobile meth lab
BRADFORD COUNTY, Fla. -- A local man is in jail facing charges of having a mobile meth lab.
A Bradford County Sheriff's deputy stopped a car driven by James Kelley after seeing the driver throw trash out the window.
The deputy searched the car and found powdered methamphetamine, chemicals for producing meth and a container actively producing meth.
Bradford County firefighters from the Heilbron Springs Fire Department and emergency management teams helped to clean the scene and properly dispose of the chemicals.
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