Police: Man finds intruder running meth lab in his cabin

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Randy Tedrow

Police said a man caught trespassing in a cabin along the Mississippi River was also cooking meth there.

A Henderson County Sheriff’s deputy and the cabin owner went to the cabin, north of Gulfport, after the homeowner complained someone was living in the cabin without his permission.

When they searched the cabin, the deputy and the owner found 28-year-old Randy Tedrow of Ft. Madison, Iowa hiding in a bedroom.  Tedrow was arrested.

The deputy also reportedly found meth-making materials in the cabin. 

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Tedrow was charged with obstructing identification, unlawful participation in meth manufacture, possession of meth materials, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon. 

Tedrow was held without bond in the Henderson County Jail.