Already indicted on previous meth charges, a Parkersburg man finds himself facing more drug charges Wednesday night.
Parkersburg Narcotics Task Force agents arrested James Rodney Walters, Junior for operating a clandestine lab.
Walters was indicted in January on two previous felonies stemming from a meth lab investigation in 2012. That's why agents were searching for him Wednesday night.
Agents say Walters was hiding in the bathroom of the home. That's where they found several components used to manufacture meth.
Two females were also in the home. They have not been charged at this time.