Sheriffs bust meth lab in Lincklaen

LINCKLAEN – Two Lincklaen residents were arrested Wednesday for thier alleged involvement in a meth manufacturing operation.



The Chenango County Sheriff’s Office says 29-year-old Alyssa R. Jackson and 28-year-old James Kelly, both of Lincklaen, were making methamphetamine in a makeshift lab inside their home at 906 County Road 13.

After receiving information of a possible meth lab, police responded to perform a “knock and talk.” That’s when they say they found burn piles at the residence that contained several one-pot methamphetamine cooks “in plain view,” and a gas mask in the yard.


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