Traffic stop leads to major meth arrest

PAYNE COUNTY, Okla. - Payne County sheriff's deputies arrested a man Thursday after a traffic stop led to the discovery of meth labs.

James Tyler Coon was arrested at a residence in Perkins.  He's facing 119 counts of manufacturing a controlled substance.

Officials at the Payne County Sheriff's Office say Coon's arrest stemmed from a traffic stop.  A total of four occupants were in the vehicle during the stop.  All were arrested for traffic violations.

Deputies obtained a search warrant for Coon's residence where they found no less than 119 one-pot meth labs.  Officials say deputies stopped counting after that.

Containers varied from 2 liter bottles to 20 ounce soda bottles.

Coon is currently being held in the Payne County Jail on $1 million bond.

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