A 34 year old Harrisville man has admitted to making methamphetamine.
Brian Deamer pleaded guilty Friday in Lewis County Court to unlawfully manufacturing methamphetamine, criminal possession of a controlled substance and petit larceny.
He faces a year behind bars in the county jail.
Last October, sheriff's deputies said Deamer had several different items with which he intended to make meth.
They said he also had a white powder that tested positive for the drug.
He was charged with third-degree unlawfully manufacturing methamphetamine and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
(Editor's note: an earlier version of this story used an incorrect picture of a different man, James Deamer. To be clear, James Deamer was not part of Friday's court proceedings. We apologize for the error.)