BROWNSTOWN, Ind. (WISH) - Five people were arrested early Friday morning after police found a meth lab in a vehicle.
According to a release, around 4:20 a.m., a Jackson County police officer stopped a vehicle in Brownstown and found a meth lab, paraphernalia and needles inside.
There were five people inside the car and all of them were arrested. Those arrested include:
Jason Finch, 29, of Vallonia, was charged with manufacturing meth, a Class B felony, and is wanted out of Washington County.
Robert Stice, 38, of Seymour, was charged with manufacturing meth and possession of hypodermic needles, a Class D felony.
Megan McIntosh-Lasher, 22, of Bloomington, and was charged with manufacturing meth, possession of hypodermic needles and possession of paraphernalia.
Ashley Wallace, 23, of Brownstown, was charged with manufacturing meth.
Patric Ponder, 23, of Brownstown, was charged with manufacturing meth and is wanted out of Lawrence County.
5 P.M. UPDATE: The Johnson County Sheriff's Office says deputies were working multiple accidents, including slide-offs, property damages and personal injury crashes all over the county.
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