Clarion County, PA – Four people from Clarion County are facing felony charges after police say they were manufacturing meth.
34-year-old Jeremy Carey of Clarion, 28-year-old Rebecca McAninch of Sligo, 22-year-old Roy Anthony of Rimersburg, and 27-year-old Jacob Vasbinder of Rimersburg have all been charged.
All four of them remain in the Clarion County Jail, awaiting preliminary hearings on July 3.
Carey, McAninch, Anthony, and Vasbinder are all facing charges of conspiracy of manufacturing drugs, along with knowingly possessing phenylpropanolamine and ephedrine, two of the ingredients used to make methamphetamine.
The four Clarion County residents had allegedly been using a “one-pot” method to create enough meth to use for themselves. They were caught after police were tipped off that they had been purchasing a variety of allergy medicines, which can be used to make meth.
Some of the more disturbing ingredients that are sometimes used to make the drug: lithium batteries and camping fuel, both of which can literally burn the inside of your body and can be deadly.
Are you or a loved one addicted to meth or anyone drug? Here are some resources.
Visit the Clearfield-Jefferson Drug and Alcohol Commission’s website or call 814-371-9002 or 1-800-892-9002.
Visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s website or call 1-877-726-4727.
Click Here for a list of opioid addiction treatment centers throughout Pennsylvania.
Jefferson County Detective Jeffrey Lee encourages people that if they see something suspicious, don’t be afraid to say something to authorities.
You can also always dial 211 or visit 211.org to get connected with all kinds of resources to make your life easier and your community safer.
Video below: Janie Braid from the Drug Free Communities Coalition shows some of the ways that drug users, especially teens, can conceal their drug use.
Learn about some of the statistics and most common ways that kids use drugs. Live at the Sykesville Town Hall meeting about opioid epidemic.
Posted by Connect FM on Tuesday, March 13, 2018
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