Local authorities work together to bust yet another meth lab. This isn't the first time the suspect has been arrested for cooking the drug.
At around 9 o'clock Friday night Parkersburg Police officers and Wood County detectives had a tip of a possible meth lab on Ohio River Road.
They found two known meth suspects during their search of the river bank. Officers found Rick Brock in a white Toyota sedan parked next to the railroad tracks.
In the car they found three bags of syringes, coffee filters, aluminum foil, and one gram of meth.
Police arrested Brock on scene. He's charged with operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug lab.
He failed to post his $100,000 bond. He's being taken to the North Central Regional Jail.
Brock was out on bond at the time of his arrest. On April 27th, officers arrested Brock for having an active meth cook in his car.
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