(BEDFORD) - Four people were arrested after the Indiana State Police Methamphetamine Task Force found a meth lab at 3014 Ted Jones Drive Tuesday night.
According to ISP Trooper Joshua Allen troopers located an one-pot meth lab and numerous precursors used in the making of meth.
Troopers found ammonium nitrate, lithium, pseudoephedrine, Coleman camp fuel and other ingredients. Many of these items had been combined to create the reaction that results in the making of meth. Troopers also located numerous items of paraphernalia inside apartment A.
Four subjects were located in the apartment and arrested.
* James Day, 27, 3014 Ted Jones Drive, Apt. A. conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine within 1000 feet of a family housing complex a Class A felony; possession of precursors with intent to manufacture methamphetamine a Class D felony; maintaining a common nuisance a Class D felony.
* Karla Man, 32, Mitchell, unlawful sale of a precursor, a Class D felony and maintaining a common nuisance a Class D felony.
* Jeremy Reynolds, 38, Mitchell, maintaining a common nuisance, a Class D felony.
* Chrystal Parsley, 34, Springville, maintaining a common nuisance a Class D felony.
When methamphetamine is manufactured within 1000 feet of a family housing complex the charge is enhanced from a Class B felony to Class A felony.
The Indiana State Police was assisted by Officer Bill Allen with the Oolitic Police Department and K-9 Shani.
Anyone with tips or information in reference to the manufacture of methamphetamine can contact the Indiana State Police methamphetamine task force at (812) 332-4411. Tips can be anonymous.
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