Two Fulton County men charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and possession criminal explosives were released on bond May 10 on the condition they complete a rehabilitation program at Sober Living in Little Rock.
Thomas Bundy Noakes, 29, and Morris Allen Jones, 26, both of Mammoth Spring, were arrested April 12 after officers allegedly found methamphetamine, components to manufacture methamphetamine, pipe bombs, components to manufacture pipe bombs and other drug paraphernalia in Jones' truck at the post office in Mammoth Spring.
Circuit Court Judge Tim Weaver said Noakes and Jones must complete the program or their bonds will be revoked.
Noakes and Jones go to trial in October.
Sober Living is a de-tox program designed to help addicts overcome addiction and become active and productive members of society.
Noakes has been convicted on previous methamphetamine charges in Fulton County, and Jones is on probation in Oregon County.