Four Arrested after Knox Police Find Active Meth Lab

Four people were arrested late last night after the Starke County Dispatch Center received a phone call of individuals manufacturing methamphetamine at a residence.

Knox City Police officers arrived at 406 E. John Street and took two people into custody on outstanding warrants. The pair were transported to the Starke County Jail and when police returned to the residence, an active methamphetamine lab was located inside the residence. Two more people were arrested after further investigation into the incident.

28-year-old Eric Wireman of Medaryville, 30-year-old Michael Wireman of Knox, 24-year-old Heather Rowe of Medaryville and 50-year-old Sadie Wireman of North Judson were arrested on preliminary charges of Manufacturing Methamphetamine, Illegal Drug Lab and Possession of Methamphetamine. Eric Wireman and Michael Wireman are being held in the Starke County Jail on active arrest warrants out of Starke County.