A Graves County man was arrested on multiple charges when Graves County sheriff's deputies received a call Sunday from a woman who said she was afraid to go home because her son was using drugs.
Sheriff Jon Hayden said deputies Steve Halsell and John Cavin responded to the call at a home on Ky. 464. They found Jacob Canter, 29, inside the garage.
While speaking with Canter, Halsell reported seeing an item lying on a workbench commonly connected to methamphetamine use. The item reportedly tested positive for meth.
Canter was then charged with first-degree possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Deputies found a Kentucky Emergency Protection Order (EPO) issued to Canter by the Graves County District Court. He was additionally charged with violation. Canter was also found to be wanted on two violation charges by Graves County Probation and Parole and taken to the Graves County Jail.