Three people were arrested on meth charges when multiple police agencies served a warrant at a mobile home on Rush County 1000 North shortly after 7:00 p.m. Monday night.
Police say Chad Dishman, 40, ran into the woods as officers arrived, but was captured a short time later. He faces three felony charges for manufacture and possession of meth, plus a misdemeanor for resisting arrest.
Dishman's girlfriend, Cindy Cox, 48, faces the same three felony counts. The couple were living in a mobile home behind a house. Police found an active Meth lab in that trailer.
Arrested inside the house was Wade Dishman, 37. He is Chad Dishman's brother. He faces four felony counts for manufacturing meth and possessing a syringe.
Police removed two children from the residences and turned them over to Rush County Child Protection Services.