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Meth charge filed in Defiance drug bust

A Defiance, Ohio, man was arrested on a methamphetamine charge after the Multi Area Narcotics Task Force searched his home, officials said.

Tyson Bailey, 32, was charged with illegal manufacture of methamphetamine. A 29-year-old Defiance woman was charged with violating her probation, the statement said.

It said the task force and members of the Adult Probation and Parole Authority searched a home in the 1400 block of South Clinton Street.

During the search, agents reported finding several cooking vessels used in the production of meth, as well as several precursors to manufacturing meth.

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