Raymond M. Burley, who has been to state prison twice for making methamphetamine in Niagara County, was arraigned Tuesday on an indictment accusing him of doing it again.
Burley, 27, of Niagara Falls Boulevard, North Tonawanda, was charged with second-degree unlawful manufacture of meth after a parole officer's search of his residence July 3, Niagara County Assistant District Attorney John P. Granchelli said.
Burley completed his parole violation time Friday, according to the state prison website, rounding out a four-year sentence for a 2014 meth conviction. He also served 18 months in state prison after a 2012 meth conviction.
Judge Matthew J. Murphy III set bail for Burley at $5,000.