CORTLAND, N.Y. – Six people were arrested Tuesday after being suspected of manufacturing methamphetamine at a Cortlandville residence, New York State Police said.
On Tuesday, the New York State Police Community Narcotics Enforcement Team, with assistance from the Cortland County Drug Task Force, executed a search warrant at 4309 North Homer Ave. in Cortlandville following an investigation into suspected meth manufacturing at the home.
Police searched the residence and found components used to make meth, including 14 ounces of methamphetamine oil, battery casings, and several exploded “one pot” meth labs.
The following individuals were charged: Wendy V. Bergman, 58, of Cortland; John M. Rawson, 37, of Cortland; Dawn R. Robbins, 42, of Homer; Jarmie D. Morris, 42, of Cortland; Joshua J. Morris, 37, of Cortland; and Gabe P. Morris, 40, of Cortland.
Each individual was charged with felonies of second-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, third-degree unlawfully manufacturing methamphetamine; and unlawful disposal of methamphetamine materials.
They were arraigned in Cortlandville Town Court and taken to Cortland County Jail without bail.