Normally, bicycles are for recreation and exercise.
On Sunday, Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office learned that this is not always the case.
While trying to locate Tracey Stacey for a high number of pseudo epedrine purchases, Calhoun County Lt. Todd Wheetley and Lt. Jared Nichols, spotted him on a bicycle at the intersection of State Road 20 and Pear Street, traveling northbound.
Stacey was located in the alley behind Fairpoint Communication.
While speaking with him, investigators observed two plastic bottles in a white bag located in the basket of Stacey’s bicycle.
One bottle contained a clear liquid, bi-layer liquid resulting from methamphetamine manufacturing, and the other contained red pill binder, used reaction vessel.
Other meth production materials were also located.
Stacey was placed under arrest and charged with manufacture and possession of methamphetamine.