Fulton, NY — On Friday November 22, Fulton Police charged two people with methamphetamine possession and manufacture after discovering an alleged mobile meth lab on the city’s west side, police announced today (Nov. 24).
At about 12:30 p.m. on Nov. 22, a Fulton Police officer observed a suspicious pickup truck parked behind 268 W. Third St. in Fulton.
Upon approaching the truck, the officer found Chel-C Dunham, 22, and Michael P. Procko, 31 of Adams, NY, both allegedly in possession of hypodermic needles loaded with an unknown clear liquid substance.
The clear liquid field tested positive for the presence of methamphetamine.
Additionally, police found equipment and precursors commonly used in the production of methamphetamine within the truck, to include plastic tubing, glass containers, and chemicals.
Procko was also charged with giving a false name to police and later a false written statement, in order to avoid arrest on outstanding warrants.
Chel-C A. Dunham, 22 years of age, no address given
Charges: Unlawful Manufacture of Methamphetamine 3rd, D Felony; Criminally Possessing a Hypodermic Instrument, A Misdemeanor; and Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, A Misdemeanor.
Michael P. Procko, 31 years of age, 18360 Comstock Road, Adams, NY
Charges: Unlawful Manufacture of Methamphetamine 3rd, D Felony; Criminally Possessing a Hypodermic Instrument, A Misdemeanor; Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance, A Misdemeanor; Making a Punishable False Written Statement, A Misdemeanor; and Criminal Impersonation 2nd, A Misdemeanor.
Dunham and Procko were arraigned in Fulton City Court by Judge Hawthorne and remanded to the Oswego Public Safety Center in lieu of $5000 cash/$10,000 bond.