Drug suspect got away once, but not twice

Christopher Manley charged with failure to comply in Warren County. (Photo/Warren County Jail)
Christopher Manley charged with failure to comply in Warren County. (Photo/Warren County Jail)

DEERFIELD TWP., Ohio (WDTN) – A Warren County man got away from police once, but he couldn’t pull it off twice.

Deputies Christopher Manley, 39, Monday morning. A deputy spotted him crossing Mason Montgomery Road. He then found and arrested him hiding behind a dumpster.

Manley was wanted after he ran off following a traffic stop Friday night. Deputies stopped him on warrant for arrest out of Harrodsburg, Kentucky. He is accused of trafficking meth there.

Manley is now in the Warren County Jail, charged with failure to comply with a police officer and obstructing official business.

He is scheduled for arraignment September 26.

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