Anderson County authorities arrested a man after they say they found more than a dozen meth pots in his home.
Deputies arrested Joshua Ridenour at his Andersonville home Monday while serving warrants.
As they took him into custody, the officers noticed equipment used to make meth. They eventually found 14 one-pot bottles at his home, including two active pots making meth.
Ridenour is charged with manufacturing meth among other charges. He is being held on a $50,290 bond.