Troy Man Arrested For Meth, Stolen Firearm

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By Sarah Cantey

A Troy resident is behind bars after authorities discover a meth lab and stolen property. 

 
33-year-old Jeremy Cain was arrested after Troy Police and Pike County sheriff's investigators say an ongoing investigation led them to a property off of Highway 29 near Banks. 
 
They say Cain had methamphetamine and a stolen firearm when they responded to his home off County Road 7761. 
 
A meth lab was also discovered, but an investigation is still going on to figure out who owned and operated it. 
 
Cain is being held in jail on $13,500 bond.
 
He's facing charges for possession of a controlled substance, receiving stolen property, and for having a firearm since he is a felon. 



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