Just out of jail, a Clayton man was allegedly making meth in his home recently.
The Metro-Jeff Drug task force raided the residence of 31-year-old James Countryman on County Route 181 on August 31. That's when task force members said they found methamphetamine, lab equipment, and other meth-making supplies. Countryman was actually under state supervision following his recent release from prison.
He has been charged with second-degree criminal possession of a controlled sbustance and unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine.
Countryman was taken to jail, held without bail.