Police in Hendersonville said they found a mobile meth lab inside the trunk of a car and another lab inside a home following a traffic stop early Tuesday morning.
An officer attempted to pull over a vehicle near the Wyncrest subdivision at about 2 a.m.
The driver of the car, later identified as Daniel Estill, 23, of Millersville, TN, continued to Briarcrest Court in the same subdivision, and fled on foot.
Estill was later arrested in a nearby field.
Hendersonville officers later located what appeared to be a mobile meth lab in the trunk of the car, as well as a substantial amount of meth.
Police said a second passenger inside the vehicle, Christin R. Boyd, 20, of Millersville, TN, gave false identification information to officers. A third passenger, Thomas Elizer, 19 of Hendersonville, TN, is the son of the owner of the vehicle.
Boyd is charged with criminal impersonation. Estill is charged with felony evading arrest and drug charges. Elizer also faces drug charges.
Police said they later found an active meth lab inside Elizer's home, which authorities removed. More charges are pending, said police.
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