An investigation into an methamphetamine lab leads to the arrest of a Hines man for allegedly making meth.
Jerry Calvin Rogers, Jr., 37, of Hines was arrested on Wednesday just after 9 p.m. at his home. Troopers with the West Virginia State Police said that Rogers was actually in the process of making meth when deputies from the Greenbrier County Sheriff's Office came to his house on CCC Road. The home was actually condemned by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection because it is the same place Rogers was allegedly making meth during his first arrest.
Rogers is charged with Operating a Clandestine Drug Lab. He is being held in the Southern Regional Jail.