POSTED: Thursday, June 27, 2013 - 9:30am
UPDATED: Thursday, June 27, 2013 - 9:34am
TANGIPAHOA PARISH, LA — A Ponchatoula man has been arrested after he was caught making methamphetamines in his residence.
On June 25, the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff's Office went to a home on Hollie Lane in Ponchatoula, LA in regards to an anonymous tip that illegal narcotics were being manufactured there; agents got a search warrant.
They found a one-pot method vessel in the kitchen area, and also found Cameron Perry, 43, in the home.
Perry was out on bond from charges dating back to January (manufacturing meth, 3 counts of child endangerment under the drug law and possession of meth).
Perry was additionally charged with the Possession and the Manufacturing of Methamphetamines.
Sheriff Edwards applauds the residents of Tangipahoa Parish. “ I encourage all citizens to remain diligent in keeping an eye open to suspicious activity and to call us or any law enforcement agency for assistance.” Edwards.