A Fort Madison man is facing a Class C felony charge after an arrest warrant was served at his residence.
Paul Douglas Bowden, 28, was arrested Wednesday by the Lee County Narcotics Task Force and was charged with the manufacture of methamphetamine in less than five grams in the presence of a minor.
The arrest stemmed from an investigation that allegedly found that Bowden was making meth. Items used in the manufacturing of meth were seized at the residence, according to Field Supervisor Zeth Baum.
The task force was assisted in the investigation by the Lee County Sheriff's Office, the Fort Madison Police Department and the Lee County Attorney's Office.
If convicted, Bowden faces up to 15 years in prison.
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