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A man arrested in March 2012 on a charge of manufacturing methamphetamine was  arrested again Wednesday on the same charge, the Camden County Sheriff’s Office  said.

Officers who went to 222 Sweet Gum Street to talk with Mark Dewayne Adams,  40, about his pending court appearance saw a methamphetamine cooking process in  plain site, Deputy William Terrell said.

A firefighter stands by with a hose as an investigator in protective clothing carries the components of a meth lab from a mobile home in Kingsland Wednesday. A man at the house was charged with manufacturing and possessing methamphetamine, his second arrest on a charge of manufacturing meth since March 2012.  Photo provided by the Camden County Sheriff's Office.

 A firefighter stands by with a hose as an investigator in  protective clothing carries the components of a meth lab from a mobile home in  Kingsland Wednesday. A man at the house was charged with manufacturing and  possessing methamphetamine, his second arrest on a charge of manufacturing meth  since March 2012

Mark Dewayne Adams was already facing a charge for cooking meth.

Mark Dewayne Adams was already facing a charge for cooking  meth

Two investigators in protective clothing and masks with some of the caustic substances they removed from a methamphetamine operation in Camden County. Photo provided by the Camden County Sheriff's Office.

Two investigators in protective clothing and masks with  some of the caustic substances they removed from a methamphetamine operation in  Camden County

 

 

Adams was arrested and charged with making and possession meth, Terrell  said.

The Sheriff’s Office, Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Kingsland Fire  Department and Camden County Fire Department joined in dismantling the operation  and taking away the hazardous chemicals used in the process, Terrell said.

On March 28, 2012, Adams, who was from Philadelphia, Miss., was among three  arrested on single counts of manufacturing methamphetamine after a county drug  task force shut down a meth lab at 211 West Dillingham Street in St. Marys. Also  charged were Benjamin James Rivers, 22, of St. Marys and Kansas Nicole Cochran,  39.

Terrell said he believes it was that case that officers intended to discuss  with Adams.

 

 

 

 

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