SAND SPRINGS, Ok. - Tulsa county deputies arrested a man they say was making meth in his Sand Springs home.
49-year-old Damon Dunham was booked into the Tulsa County Jail Sunday night.
According to the arrest report, deputies say they went to Dunham's home to talk to him about his father, who they say failed to register as a sex offender. But when Dunham opened the door, deputies say they smelled a strong chemical odor often associated with meth labs. Deputies asked Dunham if they could search the home, and according to the arrest report Dunham gave his permission.
Deputies say they found marijuana, plastic bottles with chemicals inside, a propane torch, pseudoephedrine, batteries, drain cleaner, coffee filters, and other items commonly used in meth labs.
According to his arrest report Dunham admitted to buying pseudoephedrine for more than one meth maker.
Dunham is facing five complaints including endeavoring to manufacture meth and possession of other drugs.