BROCTON – A Brocton woman is the county jail on $30,000 bail for allegedly making methamphetamine.
The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office says 52 year-old Jodi Denmead was arrested on Friday afternoon at her home at a trailer park on Ellicott Rd. in Brocton, after an arrest warrant was issued out of the village of Brocton court.
The warrant was issued after Denmead was stopped on Dec. 15 while operating a vehicle on E. Main St. in the Village of Brocton and taken into custody on a prior arrest warrant. During that incident her car was impounded and a search of the vehicle turned up a one-pot style methamphetamine laboratory, along with other items used to make methamphetamine. Authorities also located a digital scale used for weighing controlled substances and an electronic stun gun.
DENMEAD was charged with one count each of Unlawful Manufacturing Methamphetamine (3rd Degree), Criminal Possession of a Weapon (4th Degree) and Criminally Using Drug Paraphernalia (2nd Degree).