HOMERVILLE, GA (WALB) - A Homerville man remains behind bars in Clinch County for making meth, and Homerville police say it's not his first time.
Homerville police tried to pull over Andy Frazier and Tina Fullard around 7:30PM on August 18th for driving with a broken windshield.
The two took off and led police on a chase.
Frazier threw out the meth near a dumpster before officers finally stopped them on highway 441 South.
Homerville's police chief says it's frustrating that Frazier keeps getting back on the streets.
"He's been arrested numerous times, like I said, by the county and the city, it makes all of us, including the sheriff's department, sick to our stomachs for him to get back out on the streets," said Homerville Police Chief Mike Register.
Frazier and Fullard face multiple charges, including manufacturing meth and possession of meth.