The Pryor Times


January 18, 2014

Man charged with meth manufacture

PRYOR, OK — Gary Allen Jr., Spavinaw, appeared in Mayes County District Court Monday for arraignment. He appeared via video conference from the Mayes County Jail where he is being held on felony charges.

Allen is charged with endeavoring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance, after former felony conviction.

Information filed in the case  alleges he had in his possession: one Mountain Dew bottle with hose from lid (hydrochloric acid generator), one gallon can of Coleman Camp fuel, one red container labeled liquid fire drain cleaner, one black container labeled crystal drain cleaner, three instant cold compresses and one gallon jug labeled Muriatic acid.

Judge Rebecca Gore informed the defendant the charges as filed can carry from 14 years to life in jail. The case was continued to Feb. 27 and bond was set at $40,000.

In addition, Gore said, Allen has an application to revoke a suspended sentence. The state filed the application stating the commission of this new felony violated the terms of Allen’s probation. For the application to revoke bond was set at $5,000. Allen was serving four years probation on a felony charge of possession of a stolen vehicle.

Allen was also informed of his failure to pay $3,811. Gore set bond on the failure to pay at 10 times the original amount.

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