Man will face numerous charges for allegedly making meth in Murfreesboro

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A man found to be in possession of a meth lab on New Year’s Day will appear in court on Friday in Judge Bragg’s courtroom.

Murfreesboro Police arrested 40-year old Kenneth Franklin Anderson, Jr.  after receiving a tip that he may be making meth at 806 Ewing Blvd.  Officers say they discovered that Anderson was allegedly making meth using the one pot method. The one-pot method means that meth cooks can make meth in one sealed container which is generally flipped upside-down to cause the reaction needed to turn several toxic ingredients into meth. This method  generally produces meth in smaller quantity, but doesn’t make it any less dangerous.

Anderson is facing charges of manufacturing meth, reckless endangerment, possession of drug paraphernalia, maintaining a dwelling for the sale of drugs, evading arrest and resisting arrest. He will be represented by a public defender on Friday. Anderson is currently jailed at the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center.  



MPD Arrest Reports
Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office
Rutherford County Court Docket for 4/5/13


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