The Ontario Provincial Police have charged a Battersea resident with producing methamphetamine.
OPP said in a news release that last Friday their street crime unit, emergency response unit, canine unit, chemical response team, and OPP Clandestine Laboratory Investigative Response Team officers searched a home in Battersea as part of an investigation. They were assisted at the scene by the Ontario Fire Marshal, South Frontenac Fire and Rescue, and the Frontenac Paramedics.
As a result of the search, Daniel Larry Wood, 42, was charged with producing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine for the purpose of trafficking, and trafficking methamphetamine.
OPP said the residence was cleared of any potentially harmful substances and is of no danger to the community.