New Castle Police Accuse Man Of Making Meth

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This story has been updated.

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- A New Castle man alleged to have been making meth in his home has been arrested.

New Castle Police announced the arrest of Peter Russell, 64, after a Saturday morning search of his home, at 24 Red Oak Lane, which is in the Mount Kisco postal section of town, as part of an investigation for possible methamphetamine manufacturing. Police said  that evidence of manufacturing Methamphetamine was found. 

Russell was arrested and charged with one count off third-degree unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine, a felony. He was arraigned in New Castle Justice Court and then sent to Westchester County Jail, police said, on bail of $5,000. His next New Castle date is on July 17 at 7:30 p.m., according to police.

A copy of the arrest announcement is on the police department's website.

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This is not Mt. Kisco. This is New Castle/Chappaqua. Why does the article or the New Castle Police Department say it is a Mt. Kisco man or that it happened in Mt. Kisco when neither is true? It is only Mt. Kisco postal. That's it.

You are right. The story has been updated.

this is a very dangerous, highly addictive drug! there are 2 things it makes the headlines for! its explosive nature when being prepared in that it is highly flammable and unstable and tends to blow up and when ingested, meth causes violent behavior and intense paranoia with visual and auditory hallucinations !
not a drug we need in our community !!