Florissant Man Acquired Ingredients with Intent to Make Meth, Police Say
A consent search of the man's home on Mockingbird Lane discovered several items used to manufacture methamphetamine in his bedroom, according to Florissant Police.
A Florissant man faces drug charges after police said he possessed chemicals that he intended to use to make methamphetamine.
Sean Mann, 40, of the 2700 block of Mockingbird Lane in Florissant, was charged Thursday with possessing chemicals with intent to make meth.
Florissant Police said during a search of Mann’s residence July 28, 2011, they found 93 tablets of pseudoephedrine, two boxes of pseudoephedrine tablets, drain cleaner, Coleman camp fuel and a two-quart Mason jar in his basement bedroom. Police said he intended to use them to make meth.
Bond was set at $12,500.
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