Woman Arrested in Wildlife Area on Meth-Releated Charges

Officers find meth-making materials in a woman's car parked at the Bluegrass Fish and Wildlife Area in Warrick County.
Indiana Conservation Officers arrested 25-year-old Heather Geier Saturday Night.
   
Conservation officers say they noticed Geier's truck parked in the northern part of the Bluegrass Fish and Wildlife Area in northwestern Warrick County.
   
When they rolled up, officers say Geier tried to run into some nearby woods.
   
In her truck, authorities say they found all the materials used to make meth.
   
Geier faces several meth-related charges and remains in the Warrick County Jail.

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