ALBION, Ind. — Police said that officers searching for a man wanted on methamphetamine charges found him hiding neck-deep in a liquid manure pit at a northeastern Indiana farm. Noble County sheriff's deputies thought they'd lost the man until an officer spotted him in the tank beneath an outbuilding floor on the farm near Albion.
Chief Deputy Doug Harp said the man, 52, had been neck-deep in the combination of hog and dog feces for at least an hour Tuesday evening. He later became combative and had to be shocked twice with a stun gun.
The suspect was treated at a hospital for hypothermia before he being taken to jail.
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A Steuben County magistrate on Wednesday ordered the suspect held without bail because he missed court hearings in February and March.