Two men arrested in Bedford on meth charges

mmeehan@herald-leader.comJuly 27, 2013 

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Kentucky State Police arrested two men in Bedford for making meth, possessing stolen property and multiple other charges, according to a news release Saturday.

Troopers served warrant at 1777 Bells Ridge Road when they found supplies for making meth, 19 grams of meth in a shed and a motorcycle and several street signs stolen from Jefferson County, Ind.; they also found two firearms, the release said.

Steven Gribbons, 28, of Bedford, and Steven O'Neal, 26, were charged with possession and manufacture of meth, receiving stole property and tampering with physical evidence. Gribbons was also charged with resisting arrest and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Both were taken to Carroll County Detention Center.

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