LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- Police say a man they arrested for manufacturing meth hid in a dryer from detectives.
According to a police report detectives conducting a search found a gallon of Coleman fuel, aluminum foil and baggies with meth residue in a downstairs bedroom. They also found a backpack with ammonium, lithium batteries and other items used to manufacture meth.
Police say Erich Walker, 38, ran to the basement and hid in a dryer while detectives were conducting the search. Walker also had the ID of Ronald Christensen that was used to purchase pseudo, according to police.
Walker was arrested for manufacturing meth in the first degree.