A Pike County couple was arrested Thursday evening for manufacturing meth while being served a warrant by authorities for a community corrections violation.
Around 6 o’clock last night a trooper with the Indiana State Police and a Pike County Sheriff’s Deputy went to a residence along East Logtown Road near Winslow to serve an arrest warrant on 36-year old Angel Bellamy in reference to a community corrections violation.
When officers entered the home they discovered small amounts of meth and numerous items commonly used to manufacture meth. During the investigation officers also determined Bellamy had congested meth prior to their arrival.
Police took Angel Bellamy to Daviess Community Hospital in Washington where she was checked by medical staff before being incarcerated in the Pike County Jail.
Bellamy’s husband, Aaron, was not home when police initially arrived but he was arrested when he returned to the home. Police booked him into the Pike County Jail.
Police charged both with Class B felony manufacturing meth, as well as possession of meth, maintaining a common nuisance, and possession of paraphernalia, all Class D felonies. They are both being held without bond.
The Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Team removed all meth making materials from the residence.