(QUINCY)—A Quincy man faces charges of aggravated unlawful participation in methamphetamine production following his arrest Tuesday evening by the Illinois State Police Meth Response team and West Central Illinois Task Force agents.

Police reports say 45-year-old Richard Huddleston was observed discarding items used in the production of meth in an alley near 4th and Jersey. Huddleston was followed to the 12th and Jersey area where he was arrested. During the arrest, Huddleston was found in possession of additional meth manufacturing items.

A shake and bake meth lab was seized including a one pot meth lab bottle, peeled lithium batteries. fertilizer sticks. Coleman fuel. sulfuric acid, lye and a substance believed to be liquid meth.

Huddleston was free on bond following an arrest in May for unlawful delivery of methamphetamine. He’s scheduled for an August jury trial following previous arrests.