On 01/03/2013 at 4:26PM, Henderson County Sheriff’s Deputy responded a cabin along the Mississippi River, north of Gulfport to investigate a report of a trespassing complaint, advising person or persons is living in a cabin without permission.
During the investigation the property owner and the deputy searched the property of the owner’s residence and located a male subject hiding in a bedroom who was occupying the residence without permission. At the time of the search, the Deputy also located Meth making materials.
Arrested was Randy E. Tedrow of Ft. Madison, IA, 28, for Obstructing Identification, Unlawful Participation in Meth Manufacture, Possession of Meth Materials, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of Less than 5 Grams, Possession of Controlled Substance, and Unlawful Possession of Fire Arm by a Felon.
Tedrow was transported to the Henderson County Jail, where he processed and placed in jail on a no bond charge. Tedrow’s bond will be set in front of a Judge.
Illinois State Police and the Illinois State Police Meth Task Force Team assisted the Henderson County Sheriff’s Deputies.