A Portsmouth, Ohio man is facing felony drug charges after deputies find materials used to make meth during a traffic stop.
Joshua D. Oliver, 32, of Portsmouth is charged with possession of chemicals used to make meth.
Deputies pulled him over early Wednesday morning.
The Southern Ohio Drug Task Force and Portsmouth Municipal Court Probation Department also responded to the scene, and searched Oliver's vehicle. That's where the methamphetamine materials were found. Oliver was taken into custody without incident and remains in jail.
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