SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) - Federal prosecutors charge the supervisor of a western Illinois drug-court program with allowing his home to be used to make methamphetamine and to grow marijuana. 59-year-old John Grotts of Ursa is supervisor of the drug court program in Adams County. Authorities say a search last month at Grotts' home turned up items used to grow marijuana, those used to make meth and "a number of firearms."