WARRICK CO., IN (WFIE) – A conservation officer busts two Warrick County men with meth making materials in the woods.

According to a press release, the officer was called to investigate a complaint of trespassing south of Buckskin.

The officer said he arrived to find a vehicle partially hidden in the woods. The officer said he suspected the driver was fishing illegally.

The officer followed a path to a nearby lake and found Derek Claycomb, 37 and Joseph Weddle, 31, with meth making ingredients, a release said.

Claycomb and Weddle were both taken to jail and charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of precursors, possession of anhydrous ammonia and criminal trespass.


  1. amanda says:

    meth has destroyed my family. jail isnt helping my husband its making him bitter & angry.