A Lincoln County man has been sentenced related to the operation of a meth lab at Cabot Station, about two miles west of Grantsville.|
Timothy Forest Flynn, 49 (pictured left) of Hamlin was charged with operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory in a residence occupied by Christina and Harley Wilson in October of 2009.
Flynn has been sentenced to not less than one year nor more than five in the state penitentiary for conspiracy to commit a felony, with credit for 181 days already served.
State Police, according to the criminal complaint, received a tip "that specific items used for the manufacture of methamphetamines had been purchased and had been taken to a specific location."
Cpl. Doug Starcher, Cpl. J.B. Hunt and Grantsville Police Chief, Charles Stephens went to the residence to investigate, says the complaint, observing materials in place for meth production and smelling an odor similar to meth cooking.
The complaint says five adult males and three adult females in the residence were questioned, in addition their was an infant child present in the home.
The complaint says two visiting male subjects stated that they had been asked to purchase matches, Coleman fuel and Sudafed pills by Flynn. The visiting female also advised that she had been asked to purchase acids by the defendant.
Police also found a recipe for making meth.
Flynn was the only person arrested and charged.
The last arrest related to the production of meth in Calhoun was in 2005.
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