From staff reports
A Polk man is facing charges for having a methamphetamine lab at his residence.
Polk Police and the PIC unit of Venango County went to a residence in Polk on March 4 after receiving a complaint of drugs at the residence where young children were, according to a criminal complaint filled by Polk Borough police.
After getting permission, police searched the house and found a backpack containing “items used in the manufacture of methamphetamines” and a tote belonging to Tobias Frazier, 24, as well as some mail with Frazier’s name on it in a bedroom he shared with two minor children, the complaint said.
Police called in a CLAN team from Erie that took pictures, collected evidence and took it to a lab, the complaint said.
The lab report “shows the ingredients and items needing for a one pot method meth lab were present,” the complaint said.
Frazier’s preliminary hearing is scheduled June 17 in Venango County Central Court.