One person was arrested after police allegedly found meth-making materials at an apartment in Watertown.
Members of the Metro-Jefferson Drug Task Force say they searched apartment 3 at 542 Cooper Street and arrested the sole occupant, 27 year old Lynn Tynon.
Police say they found about three ounces of a liquid containing meth and ingredients and components commonly used to make the drug.
Tynon was charged with second-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and third-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine.
City police were originally called there late Wednesday night on a complaint from a neighbor and found what they believed were materials used to make meth.
They called in drug task force members to find out for sure.
Tynon was arraigned in Watertown city court and was ordered to be held without bail.