A father and son are facing meth-related charges after a traffic stop in Charleston.
West Virginia State Police said James Jones and his son Cody were in a gray minivan with a license plate that didn't belong to that car.
When police pulled the van over, the trooper could smell meth as Jones rolled down the window.
State police said the trooper asked them to step out of the car and search the vehicle. The search revealed a few precursors to making meth, police said.
The pair has been charged with attempt to operate a lab, acquisition of precursors, conspiracy, and possession of meth with an intention to deliver.Police said both the father and their son have been charged a few months ago on meth-related charges.