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* Martin Raymond Peters Arrested After Monterey County Sheriff’s Deputies Allegedly Find Meth Lab

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A Marina man on probation for drug possession was arrested Saturday night in unincorporated Monterey County after deputies searched him and allegedly found methamphetamine, according to the Monterey County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff’s deputies stopped a red motorcycle at about 10:38 p.m. on Jolon Road because it did not have operating taillights, according to the sheriff’s office. A background check revealed the driver, Martin Raymond Peters, 45, was on misdemeanor probation and out on bail. Deputies searched Peters with his consent and allegedly located a bag of methamphetamine in his pants pocket, according to the sheriff’s office. Peters also told deputies he had a methamphetamine pipe and a lighter wrapped in a blue cloth in his left boot. Deputies determined the license plate on the motorcycle had current tabs but belonged to a different vehicle that had expired registration, according to the sheriff’s office. Peters had no proof of insurance. Peters was arrested and taken to Monterey County jail without incident.

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