2 NJ men accused of making meth in SUV

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Published: Aug 22 2013 11:11:17 AM EDT
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BELVIDERE, N.J. -

Two New Jersey men are accused of manufacturing methamphetamine inside an SUV.

Authorities in Warren County arrested 27-year-old Daniel McCart of Glen Gardner and 46-year-old Charles Wilcox of Hackettstown after stopping a GMC Jimmy Wagon owned by Wilcox.

Officials say they found methamphetamine and items used to make it inside the vehicle.

The men are charged with manufacturing methamphetamine in a quantity of less than one ounce and maintaining a controlled dangerous substance manufacturing facility.

Both men are held on $200,000 bail each.

It's not known if they have lawyers.