A man with a warrant for his arrest now faces meth-related charges after police alleged he tossed a mobile meth lab on the ground and briefly ran from them last week.
Allen County police saw Cory L. Kryder, 30, as he walked along Goshen Road near Independence Drive when they tried to arrest him for a previous warrant, according to the probable cause affidavit filed Thursday.
Police said Kryder dropped something and started to run until police yelled to stop and said they would use a stun gun if necessary, court records said.
After Kryder was in custody, police said they found a white bag with a bottle that had what appeared to be a cleaning solution related to the manufacture of meth.
Near where Kryder started to run they found a one-pot meth lab, but Kryder told them it “was a dud,” court records said.
He was being held Thursday at Allen County Lockup in lieu of $53,250 bail for charges of dealing meth, possession of meth and resisting law enforcement.