Arrests for illegal hunting lead to discovery of meth lab
March 21, 2012
On Tuesday, two people were arrested for
illegal hunting in Jackson County which led to the discovery of a
46-year-old Gary Dale Ball and 44-year-old Keith
Beasley of Stevenson were arrested for illegal hunting.
their arrest, agents located a small amount of methamphetamine on
Keith Beasley. Agents found marijuana, methamphetamine, and drug
paraphernalia on Gary Dale Ball.
Ball was taken to the
Jackson County Jail and charged with possession of controlled
substances, possession of marijuana, and hunting violations.
Later on Tuesday, members of the Jackson County Sheriff's Office
Narcotics Unit, Alabama Game and Fish, and the Stevenson Police
Department executed a search warrant for Ball's home. Ball's
residence is located on County Road 590 in Stevenson.
Agents found four one-pot meth labs along with chemicals used in the
manufacture of meth.
Ball is held in the Jackson County Jail
on an $11,000 bond. Officials believe Ball will receive additional
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