FORSYTH TOWNSHIP — Two people are in trouble with the law for allegedly having an active meth lab in a vehicle.
At approximately 3:00 p.m. Monday, Forsyth Township Police was notified by a caller who told dispatch that a man and a woman had a meth lab in their Oldsmobile Alero in the area of Pearce Street.
Officers located the vehicle on Johnson Lake Road. Upon stopping the vehicle, the man in the car took off on foot.
Police found the man hiding in another vehicle. The woman driving the car was also detained.
Officers did find an active meth lab and methamphetamine precursors in the vehicle.
The two people arrested are Andrea Louise Amromov, 32, of Champion and Devin Charles Dahlstrom, 23, of Marquette. Both individuals have been charged with operating/maintaining a meth lab.
That charge is a 20-year felony and/or $25,000 fine. Both Amromov and Dahlstrom are lodged at the Marquette County Jail on a $100,000 cash bond.