A Daleville man is behind bars in Coffee County for allegedly operating a rolling meth lab.
Local and state narcotics officers spent several hours doing an inventory of the suspect's vehicle.
Forty-three-year-old David Michael Cotton of Daleville was arrested following a routine traffic stop by a Coffee County Sheriff's deputy.
Authorities say the found crystal meth and the ingredients to make it.
Coffee Co. Drug Investigator Neal Bradley said, “This is the first such mobile meth lab we've had in recent months. People know we are after them, and they are looking to find alternative places to manufacture the meth."
Cotton is facing meth manufacture and trafficking charges, the drugs found reportedly have a street value of around 30,000 dollars.
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