PULASKI, NY – At approximately 9:15 a.m. today (Feb. 8), members of the Oswego County Sheriff’s Office were called to investigate a report of a domestic dispute at 4930 N. Jefferson St., apartment #6, in the village of Pulaski.
The dispute was between a mother and son, 57-year-old Melanie A. Britton and 29-year-old Francis (Frank) Britton, deputies said.
During the investigation a broken marijuana pipe was viewed on the floor of the residence, according to the report.
A subsequent search of the residence produced precursors for the manufacturing of Methamphetamine and equipment used in said manufacturing, according to deputies.
The suspect in this case, Francis F. Britton, was located at an apartment in the village of Pulaski and taken into custody.
The suspect was charged with unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine in the third degree (Class D Felony), Criminal possession of precursors (Class E Felony), and resisting arrest (Class A Misdemeanor).
Assisting in this investigation were members of the New York State Police, NYSP CCSERT, Pulaski Village Police, and the Ringgold Fire Department.
The investigation into this matter is ongoing and continues at this time.