By SEÁN O’DONOGHUE
RANGER - Lincoln County Sheriff Ken Farley and Chief Deputy J.J. Napier broke up an alleged methamphetamine operation in the Ranger area, early last week, after responding to a tip submitted to the sheriff’s office. According to the criminal complaint in the matter, Farley and Napier visited a home on Vanatters Creek in Ranger on Monday, February 24, 2014, having been tipped off that meth was being produced at the home. Upon entering the home, Napier detected a strong chemical odor, associated with the production of meth. Permission was obtained from the homeowner to search the residence.
Found outside the back door of the home was a bottle with tubing.…