CABIN ARREST: Trespasser Cooking Meth

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Randy Tedrow

An Iowa man is facing several charges after he was found trespassing and cooking meth in a cabin along the Mississippi River.

It happened across the river from Burlington, Iowa in Gulfport, Illinois. The owner of the cabin contacted the Henderson County Sheriff’s Department about someone living in his cabin without permission.

A deputy and the cabin owner went to the property and discovered 28-year-old Randy Tedrow of Ft. Madison, Iowa hiding. Meth-making components were found in the cabin.

Tedrow was arrested and charged with obstructing identification, unlawful participation in meth manufacture, possession of meth materials, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.

He is being held in the Henderson County Jail.