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Greenbrier County man busted on meth lab charge

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LEWISBURG (WVVA) - A Greenbrier County man faces drug charges after police say they found meth-making materials in his vehicle.

Lewisburg Police had pulled over the vehicle driven by Logan Henry Friedman, 19, of Lewisburg early Friday morning when they discovered materials used in the manufacture of methamphetaime inside.

Police say further investigation revealed that the items were going to be used to make meth.

Friedman is charged with attempting to operate a clandestine lab and conspiracy to commit a felony.

He is being held at Southern Regional Jail on $50,000 bond.

Following is the full news release from Police Chief Tim Stover:

Lewisburg Police arrested a Greenbrier County man early Friday morning on narcotics charges after a routine traffic stop. Logan Henry Friedman,19 of Lewisburg is charged with two felonies after officers located meth making materials in the vehicle he was traveling in. Further investigation revealed that the items were going to be used to manufacture methamphetamine. The case remains under investigation and further charges may be forthcoming.

Friedman is charged with one felony count of attempting to operate a clandestine drug lab and one felony count of  conspiracy to commit a felony. He was transported to the Southern Regional Jail and arraigned Friday morning before Greenbrier County Magistrate Brenda Campbell. Bond is set at $50,000.00.

Cpl. D.B. Eggleston and Cpl. J.A. Vance are the investigating officers in this incident.

Authorities in Greenbrier County have reported several meth-related arrests this year. Click here to view WVVA.com's reports on previous arrests

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