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HARFORD, N.Y. — Two people are charged with making methamphetamine in a travel trailer, the Cortland County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.16323242-mmmain

Deputies were called at 9:40 a.m. Tuesday to Scutt Hill Road where they found an empty, older travel trailer about 30 yards off the road, officials said.

Two people, Corrie C. Ryan, 32, and Chelin Kash, 22, walked out of the surrounding wooded area shortly afterward and were interviewed by police. Officers said they found lab equipment and other ingredients used to make methamphetamine around the trailer, leading to the two people’s arrest.

Officials searched the trailer after obtaining a search warrant and called the Environmental Services Agency in Syracuse to help secure and clean the area surrounding the scene.

Ryan and Kash are each being charged with unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine and unlawful disposal of meth lab material, both felonies. They were arraigned in the Town of Harford Court.

Ryan, of Groton Avenue in Cortland, is remanded without bail. Kash, Grove Street in Homer, is remanded on $5,000 cash bail or $10,000 bond.

Officials said additional charges are possible in this case because the investigation is ongoing.





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