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2 arrested on meth-related charges

Alan Martin and Marissa Moore were booked into the Madison County Jail. (Source: Madison Police Dept.) Alan Martin and Marissa Moore were booked into the Madison County Jail. (Source: Madison Police Dept.)
MADISON COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

Police arrested two people on meth-related charges following a traffic stop in Madison on Tuesday.

According to officers, the two were in possession of pre-cursor chemicals used to make meth. Authorities said a young child was also found in the vehicle and transferred into the care of the Department of Human Resources' Child Protective Services.

Marissa Moore, 28, of Madison County, and Alan Martin, 27, of Limestone County, were charged with manufacturing and possession of meth. Moore was additionally charged with child endangerment.

Both suspects were booked into the Madison County Jail. Bond for Moore is set at $28,500. Martin is being held on $27,500 bond.

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