The Bath Police Department got a call on Dec. 10 about a car weaving on Interstate 77 south near the rest area, according to a report.
Police found the car stopped in the rest area and found two people in the car, both with suspended driver's licenses and there were fictitious plates on the car, the report stated.
When police searched the car, they found a 1-liter pop bottle that was being used to make methamphetamine, said police Chief Michael McNeely.
Jonathon Thomas, 27, of Akron, and Catharine O’Neill, 24, of Highlands Range, CO, were charged with felony counts of illegal manufacture of drugs.
Additionally, Thomas was charged with driving under a suspended license and fictitious plates. O'Neill was also charged with possession of drug abuse instruments, McNeely said.
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