Two Gibson County Residents Arrested on Manufacturing Charges
Two Gibson County residents are facing preliminary charges of Manufacturing Methamphetamine and Neglect of a Dependent after a one-pot meth lab was found in a Fort Branch home Monday morning.
Fort Branch Police and Gibson County Sheriff’s deputies went to the home of 33-year-old Bradley Kelly at 105 West Oak Street in Fort Branch to investigate a report of illegal drug activity.
After being given permission to search the residence, police found a one-pot meth lab, items used to manufacture meth, and drug paraphernalia.
Kelly and his estranged wife 35-year-old Melissa Kelly of Princeton are being held without bond in the Gibson County Jail.