The man Kosciusko County police searched for after a meth lab was found Monday in his apartment was arrested early Wednesday. Police arrested a woman in the case on Monday. Drug task force officers were investigating an anonymous tip of meth at the Hart Plaza apartments, in the 2500 block of East Center Street in Warsaw, on Monday. Tony Randall Schock, 39, met officers and then went to retrieve the apartment manager. At that time he then fled the scene, police say. An anonymous tip to police revealed Schock was in a mobile home south of Leesburg. He was found with pseudoephedrine pills at the time of his arrest at 8 a.m. Wednesday. He's being held on $100,000 bond. On Monday, officers found an acid-gas conversion device — an HCL generator unit — and finished meth product inside the bathroom area. The Indiana State Police Clandestine lab team was called to the scene. Warsaw and Kosciusko County officers searched for Schock in the surrounding area. Megan Leigh Slone, 20, of Claypool, was found inside the apartment and charged with felony dealing methamphetamine. Her bond is currently set at $100,000. Schock was found to have an outstanding warrant for probation violation. Officers have also obtained a warrant against Schock for felony dealing methamphetamine through the Kosciusko County Prosecutor’s Office. .