Felton man wanted for alleged meth lab in mother's home
By Tom Lehman

Updated Monday, November 12, 2012 - 8:09am

John Bradley, II
State police are looking for a Felton man, who they say was trying to make meth in his mother's house.
Police say John Bradley, II is accused of trying to manufacture the drug after his mother discovered the components used to make the drug inside of cooler in her son's room while she was collecting laundry Sunday morning.
When she saw a rag hanging out of the cooler, the 58-year-old woman removed it and became overwhelmed with fumes causing her drag the cooler onto the porch outside the home. She then called 911 and contacted police.
State Police and officers from DNREC responded to the residence where they found component mixtures of the manufacturing stages of meth along with key ingredients used to make the drug.
The 200 block of East High Street was closed for approximately two hours while the lab was safely dismantled and removed from the home.
Bradley wasn't at the home during the incident, and his whereabouts are unknown. Warrants are out for his arrest and anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers or State police.

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