Marbury Man Busted For Manufacturing Meth

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By Lisa Blackwell

An Autauga County man is arrested for manufacturing meth.

Forty six year old Gregory Little of Marbury, Alabama was arrested Monday after narcotics officers found the ingredients used to make Methamphetamine along with items used during manufacturing and the finished product.

Narcotics officers discovered the meth when they went to his home to arrest him for a parole violation.

Authorities say meth is an addictive drug which is highly flammable during manufacture putting the drug maker and anyone living nearby in danger.

Little is charged with Unlawful Manufacture of Methamphetamine 1st Degree.

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