Fulton Police arrested two people after finding a mobile meth lab on the cityâ??s west side.
An officer saw a suspicious pickup truck parked behind 268 W. Third Street at about 12:30pm on November 22.
The officer inspected the truck and found 22-year-old Chel-C Dunham and 31-year-old Michael Procko, both of Adams, in possession of hypodermic needles filled with an unknown clear substance.
Tests identified the substance as methamphetamine. Police also found equipment and pre-cursors commonly used in producing meth in the truck, including glass containers, plastic tubing and chemicals.
Both were charged with third degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine, criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument and criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Procko was additionally charged with giving a false name to police, and later a false written statement, as he was trying to avoid arrest on outstanding warrants.
Both are being held in the Oswego Public Safety Center in lieu of $5000 cash bail or $10,000 bond.