Man accused of cooking meth in Mustang faces additional drug charges
Courtesy of WCSO
The 36-year-old Ypsilanti Township man arrested in October after police say they caught him cooking methamphetamine in the front seat of a Mustang convertible was arraigned on drug charges in the matter Tuesday.
Jeremy David Bryant was charged with maintaining a methamphetamine lab, delivery or manufacture and possession of methamphetamine for the Oct. 1 incident.
Bryant faces identical charges from an incident in May when police discovered a number of drug-making-related items at a mobile home police said Bryant occupied in the 9000 block of Geraldine Street in Ypsilanti Township.
He was scheduled to appear in court on those charges when he was arrested the day before on Oct. 1. Police said Bryant had turned the front seat of his Mustang into a meth lab. The car was parked in front of a family member's home in the 7900 block of Briarbrook Drive in Ypsilanti Township.
At that time, police told AnnArbor.com charges would not be filed for that incident until lab results were complete. A preliminary examination was scheduled for Dec. 4 in that matter.
Bryant remains in the Washtenaw County Jail on $25,000 cash or surety bond.