Brian Lee Cherry, 34, of Chattahoochee has been arrested on six drug charges related to methamphetamines.
According to a Gadsden County Sheriff’s Office arrest report, a search warrant was served at Cherry’s house on June 18.
During the search of the residence there were multiple items found that are used in the manufacturing of methamphetamines.
Among the items found were: acidic acid, lighter fluid, aluminum foil, salt, an empty bottle that contained ammonia nitrate and lithium metal residue, a coffee filter, and an empty box of pseudoephedrine blister packs.
Approximately 10 grams of methamphetamines were found in several brown pill bottles.
Also found were four straws and a razor blade with meth lines (on a clear plastic plate) cut for consumption.
Cherry has been charged with a first degree felony for possession of meth within 1,000 feet of a specified area.
He faces three second degree felonies for possession of meth with intent to sell, producing methamphetamines, and manufacturing a controlled substance.
Included in his charges are a third degree felony for owning or renting a structure known for drug manufacturing and a first degree misdemeanor for possession of drug equipment.
Cherry is currently being held in the Gadsden County jail with no bond.