FELTON, Del. (AP) — Five people are accused of manufacturing meth in an abandoned residence in Delaware.
Delaware State Police say in a release members of the Governor’s Task Force unit responded to the Felton residence Monday night, looking for 37-year-old David Sharp on active warrants.
Police say 39-year-old Marlena Korona was exiting the driveway when police arrived. As they attempted to identify the owners of the residence, troopers observed 33-year-old Joshua Wilson exiting the house through a second-story window, onto the roof. Both Korona and Wilson were taken into custody, followed by 39-year-old Mary Prichard and 32-year-old Brandi Luciano.
Sharp was later found hiding in a bedroom closet, and troopers found an active meth lab within the house.
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All five suspects were arrested and face multiple charges. It’s unclear if they have lawyers.