Jax man arrested for alleged involvement in second meth lab since Dec.

By Gary Scott on February 3, 2016 at 5:58am

A Jacksonville man already in trouble for allegedly being involved in a meth lab has been arrested again for the same offense less than two months later.

Jacksonville Police arrested 50-year-old Brian Morris and 34-year-old Rebecca Donahue today after conducting a search warrant for possession of methamphetamine-manufacturing materials, participation in meth manufacturing.

Donahue was also picked up for meth-related child endangerment and use of property to make the drug.

The arrest was conducted with the help of the Central Illinois Enforcement Group at the address listed for both individuals, in the 8-hundred block of Case Avenue, just northwest of downtown Jacksonville.

Morris was arrested just last December at a residence in the 8-hundred block of North Diamond for allegedly making meth with another individual. He’s still facing charges stemming from that arrest.

Morris and Donahue remain in custody.