A Cortland County man has been accused of making methamphetamine after a traffic stop turned up items used in manufacturing the drug.

Authorities say 47-year-old William Boyd of Cincinnatus was stopped by Cortland Sheriff's Department officers for a vehicle and traffic violation in the city of Cortland.

Investigators say the vehicle Boyd was driving did not have a visible inspection sticker and the registration was suspended.

Officials say several things used to make meth were discovered by police.

Boyd was charged with unlawful manufacturing of methamphetamine. He also faces charges of operating without insurance, unregistered motor vehicle and uninspected motor vehicle.

Boyd was arraigned in Cortlandville town court and ordered held on $5,000 bail.