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BRADFORD COUNTY, Fla. – A traffic stop for littering on a roadway lead to a mobile methamphetamine lab arrest.

A deputy with the Bradford County Sheriff’s Office noticed a car with a cracked windshield allegedly throwing trash onto a roadway, according to a release from the Bradford County Sheriff’s Office.

James B. Kelley, 28
 

The driver was stopped and consented to a search of his vehicle, the release detailed.

A search of the vehicle revealed the suspect, James B. Kelley, allegedly had the chemicals needed for producing methamphetamine and well as a container actively producing the potentially explosive substance, according to the BCSO.

A hazardous materials team responded to the vehicle and Kelley was taken into custody.

Kelley is charged with production of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia.

 

 

 

 

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