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Sebring man accused of keeping meth-making chemicals near children

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A Sebring man is in jail after being accused of possessing chemicals to produce meth and allowing children near them.

33-year-old Adam Tyson was indicted Thursday on three counts stemming from his arrest earlier this month.

Tyson faces charges of possession or assembly of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, endangering children, and aggravated possession of drugs.  

All three charges are felonies.

Police say Tyson had both meth and meth-making chemicals at a W. Tennessee Road property.  Tyson is then accused of permitting two children, aged 10 and 12, to be within 100 feet of the illegal chemicals.  

Tyson has been held in Mahoning County Jail since June 6th.

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