Meth dump, moonshine still discovery

POSTED: 3:04 PM Jul 10 2013   UPDATED: 11:03 AM Jul 12 2013

The search for a suspect involved in Sullivan County's largest meth dump discovered in June led to the discovery of another major meth lab on July 9.

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James Skeens was the suspect in June's 'largest meth dumpsite ever found' in Sullivan County. On July 9 he was arrested at a home where officers found 50 one-pot meth lab bottles, a moonshine still and a marijuana growing lab.

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