LOWVILLE — A graduate of the Willard Drug Rehabilitation Program violated parole by allegedly having methamphetamine in his house.
Adam J. Bauer, 45, was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance by village police on Tuesday.
The police were assisting parole officers with a residence check when containers of white powder were found, according to the village police.
Testing at the scene determined the powder was methamphetamine.
After being issued a ticket to appear in village court at a later date, Mr. Bauer was remanded to the Lewis County jail without bail on a parole warrant.
In 2017, Mr. Bauer was sentenced to four years in prison and two years…