He said the store suspected the three to be stealing the ingredients used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine. One of the suspects had purchased pseudoephedrine from the pharmacy, which is a meth precursor.
Blanton said after searching two homes and one vehicle, the department located numerous items used to manufacture meth and a box lab. He said they department also discovered finished product.
The lab was discovered at the home of Jason Floyd (26) on Omer Drive in Clarkson. Blanton said Floyd was arrested and lodged in the Grayson County Detention Center charged with Manufacturing Methamphetamine, 1st Offense, Possession of Controlled Substance, 1st Degree, 1st Offense and Drug Paraphernalia-Buy/Possession, 1st Offense.