Meth lab investigation in Allegany County results in charges
ALLEGANY COUNTY, N.Y. — An arrest has been made stemming from a meth lab investigation in New Hudson.
Jarod Poulin, 21, was accused of manufacturing methamphetamine in the Allegany County town. He now lives in Tennessee.
Poulin was arrested on Thursday by the Southern Tier Regional Drug Task Force and the Community Narcotics Enforcement Team.
The Town of New Hudson issued a warrant for his arrest, charging him with criminal possession of meth, possessing a controlled substance, as well manufacturing materials.
He was also arraigned on a warrant from the Town of Cuba relating to vehicle and traffic charges.
Poulin was arrested for failing to appear in court after the February 2012 incident and is being held without bail.