Two people charged with making methamphetamine

August 17, 2013

Two people have been charged with drug crimes following a search last week by the Bryan County Sheriff’s Office and Calera Police.

Charged Friday with manufacturing methamphetamine and possession of methamphetamine were Kenneth Eugene Dyer, 55, and Crissinda Havens, 30.

After receiving a tip, authorities searched a home Thursday on Ruby Lane in Calera.

Dyer and Havens were arrested after officers found a methamphetamine lab and methamphetamine at the home, according to court papers.

They were also charged with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. According to court papers, Dyer has a prior conviction in Sherman, Texas, for possession of chemicals with intent to manufacture drugs.