Jenelle Evans’ ex-boyfriend Kieffer Delp and Adam Lind’s best friend Justin Anderson were separately arrested on meth-related charges last week. Now, RadarOnline.com can reveal an exclusive update on the troubled Teen Mom 2 stars!
Delp, 28, was arrested on January 10 and charged with operating a methamphetamine lab, possession with intent to deliver, possession of substances for methamphetamine, waste in manufacture of methamphetamine, possession and prohibited acts.
A spokesperson for the Allegheny County Jail exclusively told RadarOnline.com that he remains in custody with a $50,000 bond. He has a court hearing on January 23.
Police Chief Richard Deliman for the McKees Rocks Police Department previously told RadarOnline.com of the arrest, “We received complaints there was a meth lab operated out of an apartment. We obtained a search warrant and when we went to serve the warrant, Kieffer was there. There was a strong chemical smell. We saw the materials used in making meth.”
Delp made appearances on the MTV series for the first four seasons as Evans’ troubled on-again, off-again boyfriend. He most recently appeared on Evans’ special Teen Mom 2: The Ex Files.
As for Anderson, 36, he was arrested on January 10 for possession of a controlled drug or substance and possession or use of drug paraphernalia.
The Clerk of Court for Minnehaha County exclusively told RadarOnline.com, “Anderson was released on a PR bond if he promised to appear in court on February 23 at 10:30 am.”
Public Information Officer Sam Clemens for Sioux Falls PD previously told RadarOnline.com, “Anderson had meth and a syringe in his pocket during the search.”
Cops searched a home for Manuel Frias in connection to a double homicide that occurred on January 5. Anderson was not arrested in connection to the double homicide.
Anderson has made appearances on Teen Mom 2 multiple times as Lind’s friend.
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