WATERTOWN — A city man faces jail time and probation supervision after pleading guilty Wednesday to a charge that he possessed materials used to make methamphetamine.
Shane M. Avery, 30, pleaded guilty in Jefferson County Court to criminal possession of the precursors to methamphetamine and criminal impersonation.
It had been alleged that he possessed pseudoephedrine, aluminum foil, lithium metal, rubbing alcohol, butane and acetone Sept. 1 in Watertown. It was further alleged that at the time he gave the police the name of Daniel L. Avery to avoid being arrested on a probation violation warrant.
He is expected to be sentenced Jan. 25 to an unspecified amount of…