Muhlenberg Co. man jailed on meth making, marijuana charges | Crime
A Cleaton man is in jail after law enforcement officers say they found marijuana and meth manufacturing equipment in his home.
On Saturday, Sheriff’s Deputy Troy Gibson went to the residence of 24-year-old Timothy L Knight of 28 Hillview in Cleaton to conduct a knock and talk investigation. Upon entering the residence Gibson and other officers found 12 marijuana plants growing underneath a light in the closet.
Officers also say they located Coleman Fuel, Liquid Fire, Sudafed, a jar containing, lithium strips, scales, plastic pipes, syringes and an air tank that contained anhydrous ammonia.
Knight was charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine, Possession of Anhydrous Ammonia with intent to manufacture methamphetamine, Cultivating Marijuana greater than 5 plants, Possession of Drug paraphernalia.
Sheriff Curtis McGehee, Deputies Wade Griggs, Shannon Albro, Constable Tim Franklin and Drakesboro Fired Department assisted in the arrest.
Knight is in the Muhlenberg County Detention Center.