Kosciusko County Drug Task Force officers made three separate methamphetamine arrests on Saturday, ranging from theft of meth ingredients, possession of an illegal meth lab and meth manufacturing, according to a press release. As of Monday morning, all three were still in the Kosciusko County jail. Shelly Jo Frailey, 44, of Syracuse, was arrested and is being held without bond after being preliminarily charged with felony manufacturing of methamphetamine. Police said they stopped Frailey after she drove through a stop sign near the intersection of County Road 500 East and County Road 1100 North near Syracuse in Kosciusko County. Police said Frailey gave them permission to search her car and they immediately found numerous precursors associated with meth production. Timothy Ray Ruggles, 36, of Warsaw was arrested and preliminarily charged with with possession of an illegal drug lab in the 3100 block of North Stoneburner Road in Warsaw, according to the police. He is being held on $100,000 bond after being arrested after police responded to a 4 a.m. tip. Joshua Talbot Peace, 36, of Syracuse, was arrested and charged with felony theft and is being held on $2,000 bond. Officers saw Peace walking down the road about a half mile south of Ruggles’ location when responding to the tip. After arresting Ruggles, they returned to the scene and saw Peace in a field near an anhydrous ammonia tank that farmers use. Kosciusko County Drug Task Force officers also saw small tanks that they believe peace was using to steal anhydrous ammonia for meth production.