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.

http://www.wfie.com/story/14466144/officer-busts

  1. amanda says:

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