COLUMBUS, Ind. (WISH) - Columbus police stopped a bicyclist for a traffic violation but ended up finding an active meth lab in the driver's back pack.
24-Hour News 8 news partner The Republic reports Ricky Dean Miller, 23, of Taylorsville, was pulled over Friday after he ran a stop sign near 10th Street and Cottage Avenue. He also didn't have a rear reflector and had a passenger on the handlebars, police say.
The bicycle was pulled and the meth lab was discovered. During the stop, Miller gave police another person's name instead of his own. He was then arrested.
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