Depending upon which side of the law you are on, a Woodbury man was either in the wrong place at the wrong time or the right place at the right time Oct. 8.
For Jeremy Dean Sissom, 319 Jay Circle, being at 905 Roach Ave. late in the night on that date was the wrong place and time.
For the Woodbury Police Department, it was the right place and time to arrest Sissom.
During the bust of an alleged meth lab and the subsequent arrest of two persons, James Chadwick Pemberton and Marissa R. Gilley, at that address of Oct. 8, Sissom was found to be in possession of marijuana by Woodbury Patrolman John Fesmire.
Upon consenting to a search, Sissom freely told an officer about the marijuana, according to the arrest warrant.
Initial court date for Sissom is Nov. 15.