ATWATER -- A man accused of hiding components for manufacturing meth at his parents' home has been charged by the Portage County Drug Task Force.
Task Force agents say they were conducting surveillance at Daniel Workman's home when they saw him leave the home in a pickup truck with what was believed to be a stolen all terrain utility vehicle in the bed.
Agents, knowing that Workman's driving privileges were suspended, and that the all terrain vehicle was possibly stolen, stopped the truck.
According to the sheriff's office, it was confirmed that the ATV was stolen from Mahoning County and inside the truck were the components used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine.
Sheriff's deputies, as well as task force agents, then searched the home and confiscated two stolen golf carts, as well as other stolen items.
Workman, 31, was charged with one count of illegal possession of chemicals in the manufacturing of drugs.
Portage County Drug Task Force, as well as the Portage County Sheriff's Office, will present evidence to the Grand Jury.
He is currently being held in the Portage County Jail.