Two Lafayette men were arrested Thursday after West Lafayette Police Department found an active one-pot method meth lab in one of the men’s backpack.
According to the press release, police noticed three “suspicious subjects meet” at the entrance of Parkway Apartments, located at 2501 Soldiers Home Road.
Police searched the backpack and the belongings indicated 20-year-old Scott Tomasko as the owner. He was arrested for suspicion of possession of an illegal drug lab.
Police found Clayton Jean, 20, had meth in his possession and was also arrested.
Throughout the last six months police have received an increased number of complaints and WeTips calls concerning the three Parkway Apartment complexes, said Lt. Troy Harris in the press release.
Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Unit responded and dismantled the lab.