A Cherokee County man is being held at the county jail after a stolen vehicle and a methamphetamine lab were found at his home.


 

A Cherokee County man is being held at the county jail after a stolen vehicle and a methamphetamine lab were found at his home.
 

Bobby Barr, 47, was arrested at his home shortly after 9 p.m. last Friday, following a search at 7900 S.E. Friends Road. The warrant was executed  by investigators with the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office, along with the Kansas Bureau of Investigations.
 

Barr was taken to the Cherokee County Jail and is being held in lieu of $35,000 bond on allegations of manufacturing methamphetamines, possession of precursor chemicals with intent to manufacture methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, felony possession of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and possession of stolen property.
 

Sheriff David Groves said a resident who lives in Barr's neighborhood reported "suspicious activity" at Barr's home, leading to the investigation.
 

"During the course of the search, investigators discovered a suspected methamphetatmine lab, along with stolen property, to include a 2008 Dodge Durango," Groves said.
 

Groves said Barr has a history of drug-related activity.