Police found pseudoephedrine, lithium, drain cleaner, drain crystals, sodium, bottles, coffee filters, a funnel, and tubes and hoses in the vehicle and methamphetamine hidden in a tin stuffed in Fogel’s underwear, police said.
Police also located additional drug paraphernalia inside the vehicle, including a smoking pipe, a silver canister to transport methamphetamine and other components used to make meth, police said.
The investigation also found that Fogel had been communicating with others about making and trafficking meth, police said.
Fogel was charged Saturday with possession of liquefied ammonia gas and chemicals to manufacture methamphetamine, criminal use of a communication device, possession of an instrument of crime, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was released on $25,000 unsecured bail.