Award Winning Businessman Charged With Making Meth

Three years ago he was named "Mississippi Businessman of the Year." Now Tim Stringfellow could be facing up to 30 years in prison and a possible $1 million fine after being arrested on meth charges.

Jackson County Sheriff's Deputies arrested Stringfellow on Thursday for a suspended driver's license. That arrest led authorities to his home on Poticaw Bayou Road in Vancleave, where they say they discovered a working meth lab.

Stringfellow was already out on bond in connection with a separate meth charge back in August of 2005