Apr 8, 2011 9:23 PM by Ariel Wesler
A Paso Robles couple is wanted by sheriff's deputies tonight and investigators say they're armed and dangerous. One of them is suspected of being tied to a meth lab detectives raided yesterday.
Deputies found chemicals and equipment yesterday at a home on Prairie Road near the Paso Robles airport. They say the residents were making meth and heroin. A man and woman have already been arrested... but two others are still at large.
A Paso Robles couple is on the run from San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Deputies. Detectives are calling them armed and dangerous with a criminal past. They say Ryan Block, 28, is linked with previous burglaries.
"He's known to carry a handgun. However, because of some additional investigations on the burglary side, he could be armed with other weapons as well," said Rob Bryn with the San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office.
Block's girlfriend, Airis Biddle, 19, has felony warrants for her arrest, including running from authorities.
Officers say the couple could be driving a white late model, chevy pickup truck with modified rims.
During Thursday's meth bust, deputies arrested David Manning, 43, Terilee Milton, 42.
"Methamphetamine is dangerous and its deadly, not only to the people who are making it, but to the neighborhood and also the user," Bryn said.
Hazmat crews stayed on scene late last night to make sure the house and surrounding areas were not contaminated.
The two people arrested on meth charges told detectives they were making soap, but with the constant traffic in and out of the house, neighbors said they long suspected drugs.
The sheriff's office says if you see the two fugitives, do not approach them or try to speak to them. Just call 9-1-1.
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