Police arrested a suspect for possession of materials used to make methamphetamines at a home on the 3600 block of Weber Road Aug. 17.
The Division of Family Services went to the home on a welfare check. While there, pseudoephedrine pills, cold packs, Coleman camp fuel, tubing and other chemicals used to make meth were discovered, police said.
Police also located a fake dictionary with a hidden compartment that contained paraphernalia and a white powder that could possibly be cocaine.
Police arrested the resident and will continue to investigate the incident.
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