Metro Narcotics agents arrested a man Monday in connection with a suspected methamphetamine lab found April 4 in the 1500 block of Bailey Street in West Monroe.
At that time, agents found the materials necessary to make meth in a trailer at the residence. According to reports, a witness said Tommy Davis, 43, of 1520 Bailey, had made meth that day.
At the location, a prescription bottle with Davis’ name on it was reportedly found containing pseudoephedrine tablets which are used to make meth.
Ouachita Parish deputies stopped and arrested Davis on Monday on outstanding burglary warrants. According to deputies, a search of Davis’ vehicle revealed a metal box containing approximately 2.5 grams of meth, small plastic bags and digital scales. The box was found on the driver’s side floorboard.
In the rear of the vehicle was a large plastic box containing the materials needed to make meth, according to an arrest affidavit.
Davis was taken to Ouachita Correctional Center and charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute and two counts of creation of a clandestine lab. He was also booked on two warrants for simple burglary and one warrant for theft.