GREENVILLE, Ohio (WDTN) – Darke County deputies along with Greenville Police stopped a minivan Monday night in the 300 block of Wagner Avenue in Greenville.
According to police, when the minivan stopped a man immediately ran away. 41-year-old Paul Brown of Union City was arrested by deputies after a short foot chase. Brown had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear on a previous charge of aggravated possession of methamphetamine.
A female passenger, 26-year-old Angel Bowlin from Greenville, was also arrested on an outstanding warrant for illegal use of food stamps. The driver of the minivan, 24-year-old Anthony Marcum of Greenville, was found with items use in the manufacturing of methamphetamine and was arrested on charges of illegal assembly/possession of chemicals to manufacture drugs.
Brown, Bowlin, and Marcum were all taken to the Darke County Jail where they await formal charges.
Police searched Bowlin’s home at 420 Front Street in Greenville and found four active methamphetamine cooks inside. Greenville City Fire Department and Greenville Township Rescue Squad responded to the scene as a safety precaution as the Darke County Clandestine Unit safely dismantled the methamphetamine cooks.