Police: Three Arrested Following Meth Bust

September 4, 2013
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cops lightThe Greensburg Police Department received a tip from the community that resulted in police finding an active meth lab.

On Saturday evening, police received information regarding an alleged methampetamine manufacturing operation on West Fourth Street in Greensburg.

When law enforcement arrived, officers observed a white cloud of smoke/gas coming from the residence. Police say that the odor is associated with manufacturing methamphetamines.

According to the police report, there was also a plastic bottle containing an active “one pot” meth lab.

Certified personnel from the Greensburg Police Department and the Indiana State Police Meth Suppression team worked to dismantle the active lab that was on the porch.

Three people were arrested following the discovery. Daniel Kiehn and Whitney Bunting are facing charges for allegedly manufacturing methampehetamines.

Bunting was also charged with resisting law enforcement and possession of a syringe.

Chay Lecher was arrested for disorderly conduct and visiting a common nuisance.

Greensburg Police would like to thank the citizens of the city for their tips, information and input. Anonymous tips can be left at (812) 66 Crime.

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