Sayre man accused of running meth lab


A 44-year-old Sayre man has been arrested for allegedly running a meth lab at a residence in Sayre Borough.

According to police, Sean Hall was charged with eight felony counts of possession of substances with intent to manufacture methamphetamine; two felony counts of operating a meth lab, and two counts of depositing, storing and disposing of chemical waste, also a felony, for his alleged role in the crime.

The Bradford County Drug Task Force and Pennsylvania State Police received information from a source that Hall was selling and manufacturing meth from his home in Sayre.

During their investigation, police discovered that Hall allegedly purchased a large amount of materials used to produce meth. Police also conducted trash pulls outside of his residence and found more evidence linking the suspect to the crime.

Hall was arraigned before district judge Larry Hurley and sent to Bradford County Jail in lieu of $200,000 bail.