A man was jailed Saturday night after police found components of a meth lab in his residence.
Justin Schultz, 37, was arrested on several complaints, including assault with a dangerous weapon on a police officer, endeavoring to manufacture a controlled substance, possession of a stolen vehicle, intimidation of a witness and false impersonation.
Police initially responded to the 2600 block of east 8th Street after receiving a report of a stolen vehicle at a residence, according to a police report.
When officers arrived, they obtained a warrant to search the residence and found a gas generator and several components used to make meth.
Schultz was arrested and transported to the Tulsa County jail. His bonds total $51,000.
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