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Judge Sets $50,000 Bond For Meth Lab Suspects

January 6, 2012, 6:24 PM

Judge Sets $50,000 Bond For Meth Lab Suspects
Ricky German | Ted Witte

SIOUX FALLS, SD - The two men who authorities say started an apartment fire with a meth lab were in court on Friday.

Ted Witte and Ricky German are facing several drug-related charges from the New Year's Day fire.

The judge set both of their bonds at $50,000 each.

Both men were arrested Thursday.

Prosecutors say more charges are likely against German because he had stolen credit cards with him when officers picked him up at a Sioux Falls casino.

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