TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - A Lafayette man faces multiple felonies after detectives said his mother led officers to his meth lab in his garage.
According to court documents, in October, police went to a home on Priest Drive in Tippecanoe County where Nicholas Fields' mother told them she thought her son was cooking meth in the garage.
Prosecutors said inside, officers found items and a device consistent with making meth.
Fields came home and admitted to officers he had been cooking meth for his own use.
Documents state officers also found an active meth lab in Fields' truck.
Fields faces charges including dealing and possession of methamphetamine and having an illegal drug lab.
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