A Brush Valley Township man has waived his preliminary hearing on multiple charges stemming from his alleged production of methamphetamine.
Ted Allen Rohrabaugh, 43, is charged with possession of red phosphorus, or phenylpropanolamine, a precursor to methamphetamine, with the intent of unlawfully manufacturing that drug.
He waived that charge as well as counts of manufacture with intent to deliver drugs, operating a meth lab, handling chemical waste, risking a catastrophe, possession of ephedrine, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, recklessly endangering another person and receiving stolen property.
Homer City Magisterial District Judge Susanne V. Steffee then returned him to the Indiana County Jail, where he is being held in lieu of $150,000 bond.
State police arrested Rohrabaugh on July 1 at his home along Pine Valley Road, and brought in a Clandestine Laboratory Response Team to neutralize and inventory contraband connected with the alleged meth lab.