Third Centralia Resident Charged With Delivering Meth PrecursorBond has been set at $25,000 for a 55 year old Centralia man who has been charged with felony unlawful delivery of methamphetamine precursors.
Danny Vaughn of South Beech was arrested at his home early Friday morning after questioning by sheriff's deputies. He allegedly admitted delivering a meth precursor to Billy Cameron of Centralia knowing of the intent to use it in the manufacture of meth.
Vaughn is the third person to be charged in connection with providing pseudoephedrine to Cameron who was arrested earlier this month after a meth lab was allegedly found in his home.
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