Man arrested for a second time on meth-related charge

Local - 9/19/2013 1:00 PM
HINES - A Greenbrier County man was arrested for the second time for making meth.

Cpl. J.K. Cooper with the Rainelle Detachment of the West Virginia State Police said Jerry Calvin Rogers, Jr., 37, of Hines, was charged with operating a clandestine drug lab after Rogers was found cooking meth inside a home already condemned by the DEP as the site of a previous lab.

Cooper said he, along with Greenbrier County Sheriff's Deputies, followed up on a tip of an active cook at the residence on CCC Road in Hines at around 9:10 p.m. Wednesday.  He said they could tell someone was inside the home and were able to bring Rogers to an entryway to arrest him.

Rogers was booked in Southern Regional Jail. 


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