Willow Spring man faces 10 meth, drug charges

From staff reportsMay 9, 2014 

— A 30-year-old man is accused of manufacturing methamphetamine, along with other drug charges from earlier this week.

Michael Thomas Griffin Jr. is charged with making the drug, keeping and selling the substance, and having ingredients of the drug, an arrest warrant states.

Griffin already was jailed at the time of the Friday charges, records state. He was arrested Wednesday and now faces a total of two meth manufacturing charges; two felony counts of maintaining a vehicle or dwelling for a drug; one count of possession of methamphetamine with the intent to sell, manufacture or distribute; one count of possessing a precursor; a misdemeanor simple possession charge for a Schedule II drug; a drug paraphernalia charge, a drug charge related to proximity to a school; a misdemeanor probation violation; and a felony probation violation, according to county records.

Griffin, who is described as unemployed, was held Friday, with bail set at $352,000, county records state. He is a resident of 9329 Kennebec Road, according to the warrant.

Griffin is due in court on Monday.

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