PAMELIA — Michael J. Desormeau, 27, who was residing in the Royal Inn, room 209, was charged with third-degree manufacturing methamphetamine on April 26.
State Police were investigating Mr. Desormeau as part of a petit larceny complaint from a Walmart store on Feb. 5.
Mr. Desormeau was charged with petit larceny that day.
During the course of the investigation State Police found information possibly linking Mr. Desormeau to the illegal manufacture of methamphetamine.
The Community Narcotics Enforcement Team was contacted and found evidence leading to a search of his room at the Royal Inn.
The State Police Contaminated Crime Scene Emergency Response Team, CNET and uniform troopers recovered items commonly used to illegally manufacture methamphetamine including an HCL gas generator, lithium batteries, lye, Sudafed packaging and blister packs, ice packs and straws.
State Police later determined the area was safe.
Mr. Desormeau was arraigned and committed to the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building in lieu of $20,000 cash bail or $40,000 bond.