ANDERSON — A man who was arrested on a driving while intoxicated charge on Sunday also faces identity deception and possession of precursors charges.
John C. Bradley IV, 28, was released Tuesday on $5,000 bond and faces three felony charges in connection with the incident, which happened late Sunday at about 10:30 p.m.
According to the probable cause affidavit of the incident, a Madison County sheriff's deputy pulled over Bradley, who identified himself as Nicholas Snyder, in the 5300 block of South Indiana 67. The deputy reported that Bradley was acting intoxicated, and he administered several field sobriety tests. A portable breath test indicated Bradley's blood-alcohol content was zero, but several pills not prescribed to Bradley were found in the car he was driving.
Another deputy also allegedly found precursors like Coleman fuel, clog remover, ice compresses and muriatic acid in the car. All of those chemicals are typical precursors for cooking methamphetamine.
The deputies contacted Snyder, who said he had loaned his car to Bradley earlier that day.
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