The Trigg County Sheriff’s Office has levied additional charges against two men who were arrested for alleged methamphetamine crimes early Thursday morning.
The original arrest cards from the Trigg County Sheriff’s Office say they received information about possible meth activity by 29-year old John Linton of Cadiz. Deputies made contact with Linton and 27-year old Jason Outlaw of Hopkinsville at Dailey’s Market.
The report says video from the store shows Linton passing a cigarette box to Outlaw, which would be thrown into the trash. Deputies allege they found two grams of methamphetamine and a baggie of pseudo ephedrine in the discarded box.
That incident led to a search warrant at a Roaring Springs Road Apartment, where police say they found an active meth lab. The only person home at that address at the time was 23-year old Kelly Cundiff of Cadiz, who was arrested and charged with manufacturing methamphetamine.
A news release from Sheriff Ray Burnam says Linton and Outlaw were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine Friday. Sheriff Burnam says a fire inside the apartment also caused Linton to be charged with first degree wanton endangerment.