A Spencer man arrested twice in Roane County and once in Calhoun County on meth charges has entered into a plea agreement, according to Spencer Newspapers.

Zebadiah N. Hamrick, 34, was arrested in March, 2013, when police discovered he was cooking meth under a tarp along US 33 between two parked cars, a few feet from the highway near the Roane-Calhoun line.

Hamrick was arrested again and indicted on another Roane meth charge.

He was also arrested in Calhoun on meth charges, and is appearing in Calhoun Circuit Court.

Hamrick appeared before Judge Thomas Evans III in Spencer and agreed to plead guilty to the first charge of operating or attempting to operate a clandestine meth lab. The second charge would be dropped.

The man will face a maximum of 2-10 years in prison when he is sentenced.

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