GOSHEN TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WKBN) – Thursday, Goshen Township police arrested a third suspect in connection with a meth lab found Tuesday night.
Police arrested Bryan Dilling, 43, of Beloit, saying they saw him run out of a back door to the house where they found the meth lab. Authorities issued a warrant for his arrest shortly thereafter.
Police discovered the lab inside a house on Oakwood Lane.
Officers were called about 8:15 p.m. Tuesday to 33 Oakwood Lane where they immediately noticed a strong chemical smell coming from the house.
The homeowner, Andrew Bourgoujian, 44, of Beloit, and Angela Firestone, 30, of Akron, were inside the house.
Police cleared the home and located the lab.
Agents with the Mahoning County Drug Task Force, the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation and crews with the Beloit Fire Department were called to the scene.
Both Bourgoujian and Firestone were arrested and charged with illegal manufacture of drugs and illegal assembly of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs.
Bourgoujian was also charged with assault on a police officer and resisting arrest after fighting with police at the Goshen Police Department.
Bourgoujian and Firestone are due back in court March 12 for a preliminary hearing.