Trash search prompts meth investigation

Mug shot of Sebastian Jarski courtesy Allen County Sheriff's Department.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) A man faces several charges after police found materials to make methamphetamine in his basement, according to an affidavit for probable cause filed at the Allen County Courthouse.

Police were able to make this discovery after searching the man’s trash and finding a device necessary for making meth and mail linking the device to the home of Sebastian Jarski, 34, of Fort Wayne.

On February 27, police obtained a search warrant for Jarski’s residence and found several supplies used to manufacture meth in his basement including, cans of starting fluid, Coleman camp fuel, three pounds of salt, cold packs and batteries. Police said these chemicals and supplies are consistent with what is used to make meth.

Inside Jarski’s bedroom officers found several glass pipes with residue.

Jarski faces the following charges:

  • Dealing in methamphetamine
  • Possession of chemical reagents or precursors with intent to manufacture
  • Dumping controlled substance waste
  • Possession of paraphernalia

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