COVENTRY -- As authorities investigated a lead regarding child pornography being downloaded at a residence, they reportedly found an active methamphetamine lab inside.
That discovery was made last week when authorities executed a search warrant at the home on Nola Lane. Authorities say the meth lab was dismantled and the chemicals were removed from the location.
Also seized were computers, compact discs and cameras.
The Summit County Sheriff's Office says the resident, Jesse Guyton, 33, was arrested for illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs. That charge is a first-degree felony because the lab was allegedly within 1,000 feet of a school.
On Monday, Guyton was also charged with pandering sexually oriented material involving a minor.
Additional charges are pending as the investigation continues.
Guyton is currently being held in the Summit County Jail on $500,000 cash bond.