Jackson County Sheriff’s Deputies Make Meth Bust

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JACKSON COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) – Jackson County Sheriff’s deputies arrested two men on drug charges Tuesday night.

Deputies say they served a search warrant at a home on Highway 79 in Scottsboro.  Deputies say they found a meth lab, cooked meth, and drug paraphernalia inside the home.

Deputies arrested 38-year-old Larry Shane Mcbride, and 25-year-old Jared Ray Allan Morrison.  Both men are charged with Manufacturing Controlled substances First Degree, Felony Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substances and Misdemeanor Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.



  • mega78

    I hope these 2 men’s bond is so high they can’t get out. Do these people not have any clue or should I say care who’s health they put in danger. Well in case these Meth Cookers don’t know there is adults and children that have serious health problems and they still cook there DOPE. Great Job to the sheriffs department and everyone who helped make this BUST POSSIBLE.

    • Amy

      While I agree that cooking meth is outrageous and wrong, it’s not even on the same planet as the wrong associated with the pervert who kept a 9 year old boy hostage for use in child pornography. There will be a special place in hell for that guy – and until then I hope someone beats him senseless!

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