JAMESTOWN – Three Jamestown men have been arrested and charged for allegedly making meth in a Sixth Street apartment.
Jamestown police and members of the city fire department were called to 212 W. Sixth Street shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday for a report of a possible methamphetamine lab operation. When officials arrived on the scene, they determined that the apartment was being used as a location to make Meth.
Police arrested 23-year old Cody Reichenbach, 28-year old David Soderberg, and 27-year old Jacob Tunison on charges related to making and possessing methamphetamine. All three were taken to the city jail to await arraignment.
The residence was also deemed an “extreme health risk” and condemned by the city after hundreds of discarded needles were found strewn all over the apartment and attic.