(WHAS11) -- An southern Indiana animal control worker accused of having ingredients to make meth in his city vehicle appeared in court Tuesday.
Robert Young entered a plea of not guilty at his initial hearing Tuesday afternoon. We have also learned that Young has been terminated from the city of Charlestown.
According to Charlestown police, Young sold $30 worth of meth to a criminal informant that was working with officers. Detectives say Young was in his city vehicle when the drug deal happened.
Young had been working as an animal control officer for the city of Charlestown.
Court documents do not have any comments from Young and police have not given any additional details about the case.