TERRE HAUTE —
A West Terre Haute man wanted by authorities for escaping from Vigo County Jail while on work release was found Sunday in hiding, manufacturing methamphetamine at a rural camp in Parke County, authorities said.
Billy Eugene Seeley, 32, West Terre Haute, was arrested at a camp in Rosedale, according to Parke County Sheriff’s Department. Also arrested was Seeley’s girlfriend, Dusty Dawn Correll, 40, West Terre Haute, police said.
Police received a tip about Seeley’s whereabouts, and upon arriving at the scene, officers discovered an active methamphetamine lab, police said.
Authorities said Seeley and Correll were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, a class-B felony; possession of methamphetamine, a class-D felony; and other charges.
Seeley and Correll were being held at Parke County Jail, police said.
The Indiana State Police Clandestine Lab Team assisted in the dismantling the lab, police said.