FAIRBANKS (AP) -- A North Pole man suspected of setting up a third methamphetamine lab in his home has been arrested, police said.
Jeffrey Vaneyck, 27, was arrested Monday at his junk yard business where drug enforcement agents found him trying to hide on his roof.
''This is three. I'd just as soon not go there anymore if I can help it,'' said Alaska State Trooper Sgt. J.R. Roberts, head of the local statewide drug enforcement unit. ''We'll let the legal system work now.''
Vaneyck was wanted on a $10,000 warrant for charges stemming from a meth lab found in his house in May 2000. When members went looking for him at the business were he lives last Thursday, they found and confiscated what they suspect was a partially boxed meth lab in his basement.
Vaneyck's girlfriend, Sierra Danielson, 20, was charged with hindering prosecution for knowing a wanted felon was at the residence but not calling police.
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