A Braxton County man has been arrested and is in Central Regional Jail, after police say they found a meth lab at his home.

Charged with operating or attempting to operate a clandestine lab is 32-year-old David Roy Rhodes. (pictured left)

Police say they got an anonymous tip Friday night that meth was being cooked at a home on Bug Ridge Road in Sutton.

When officers arrived on scene, they said there was a chemical smell in the air. They obtained a warrant, searched the home and allegedly found two meth labs.

Rhodes is being held on $105,000 bond.

State Police are investigating. They were assisted by the Braxton County Sheriff's Department.

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