Meth Lab

Dec 27, 2013 1:15 PM

Two Arrested, One On The Loose In Bowling Green Meth Lab Investigation

Two people have been arrested, and one remains on the loose, after deputies found a meth lab at a family home in Warren County.

Warren County Sheriff's Deputies went to the home on Timberhill Avenue in Bowling Green around Thursday 2:00 p.m.after they received a call about a possible meth lab in the garage there.

Joshua Casteel, 34, fled on foot and John Williams, 35, fled in a car when deputies arrived.

Deputies say Casteel tossed a duffel bag that contained an active methamphetamine lab while he ran off in the car. Deputies say they have since cleaned up all of the lab materials.

In the garage, deputies found multiple methamphetamine labs that weren't currently active.

Deputies say a 13-year-old and two 14-year-olds were at the home along with Casteel's mother, 56-year-old Beatrice Kennedy, and stepfather, 50-year-old Michael Kennedy, who aren't being charged at this point in the investigation.

John Williams is charged with controlled substance endangerment to child, first degree; wanton endangerment, first degree; wanton endangerment of a police officer; manufacturing methamphetamine, first offense; possession of controlled substance, first degree (meth); unlawful possession of meth precursor; and fleeing or evading police first degree.

23-year-old Bethany Guffey, of Louisville, was also arrested. She is charged with controlled substance endangerment to child, first degree; wanton endangerment, first degree; wanton endangerment, first degree (police officer); manufacturing methamphetamine, first offense; possession of controlled substance, first degree (meth); and unlawful possess of meth precursor.

Joshua Casteel is still on the loose.

Deputies contacted Social Services regarding the children in the home.

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