Intelligence Leads to Meth Bust, LIVINGSTON, October 3, 2009 - A meth bust occurred in Livingston on October 2, 2009. At approximately 9 am Livingston Police Officers Rob Atkins, Kevin Blackburn, Marty Drake, Chad Lilley, Lewis Milner, and Lieutenant Matt Parrish knocked on the front door of a home located at 910 Noblitt in Livingston. The resident of the home, Bradfield John Schindehette, 43, of Livingston answered the door. The officers had gathered intelligence that Schindehette had recently purchased a large quantity of Sudafed which contains an ingredient used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine. The officers asked Schindehette for permission to search the premises. When Schindehette refused, the officers requested a search warrant. Once a warrant was obtained, the officers searched the premises and found several quantities of methamphetamine located throughout the house including the kitchen table, living room, and bedroom. Officers also found chemicals used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine, and methamphetamine in the process of being manufactured but not yet completed. Schindehette was placed under arrest for possession of methamphetamine (first degree felony) and possession of chemicals with intent to manufacture methamphetamine. Schindehette was booked into Polk County Jail.
Livingston Police Officers searched this house and found multiple quantitites of methamphetamine.
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