WARSAW, Ind. (WANE) Four people were arrested on meth charges after police acted on a tip and had undercover Warsaw Narcotics officers buy drugs.
After the undercover buy around 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, police stopped the suspect car near Winona Avenue and Lake Street in Warsaw.
Three people in the car were arrested and taken to the Kosciusko County Jail. Chad Goble, 34, of Mentone, and 31-year-old, George Prater, of Akron, both face class B felony charges of dealing methamphetamine. Barbara Fields, 21, was charged with visiting a common nuisance, a misdemeanor.
Police were then led to find 41-year-old, Roger Runyon, of South Bend, who had a warrant out for his arrest for an October 2013 meth lab found on Center Street in Warsaw. An Indiana State Police trooper found Runyon and pulled him over. Runyon had a white substance on him, which tested positive for meth. A search yielded meth, used meth labs, and items used to make meth.
Runyon faces charges for being a habitual traffic offender as well as class B felony charges of manufacturing methamphetamine.
Goble, Prater and Runyon were all being held in the Kosciusko County Jail with no bond.