Waverly, N.Y. — A Trumansburg man has been charged with three felonies in connection with a mobile meth lab discovered by police in Tioga County, according to the Waverly Police Department.

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Joshua Edward Donahue, 27, has been taken to the Tompkins County Jail, the Waverly Police Department said in a statement released Tuesday. The meth lab in Tioga County was investigated by police in April 2014, according to police.


Donahue faces the following charges:

Felony – Manufacture of Methamphetamine in the 3rd degree.
Felony – Criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Felony – Possession of precursors of Methamphetamine.

Donahue has been arraigned in Tioga County and his bail set at $15,000 cash or $30,000 bond.

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Jeff Stein

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