A report of a suspicious vehicle leads police to stopping a potential meth operation.After receiving a report of suspicious activity on Wednesday evening, deputies with the Ripley County Sheriffs Office arrived to the scene on County Road 425N in Osgood and located several people.As the investigation continued, police say they located, what they believed to be, a meth manufacturing operation inside a vehicle that the people were in.Giana Getz, 26, and Travis Manlief, 27, both of Greensburg were arrested along with 54-year-old Allen Herbert of Millhousen.All three were arrested for manufacturing methamphetamine.Sheriff Tom Grills says, “The investigation to this point has been forwarded to the Ripley County Prosecutor Office for formal charging.”The Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Osgood Police Department, and the Indiana State Police Methamphetamine Suppression Team.
Ulster hooker Rory Best also declined offers from France earlier this season and Cardiff Blues number eight Robin Copeland has signed a deal to join Munster next term. Fly-half Johnny Sexton will remain Ireland’s only frontline star plying his trade abroad next season. Heaslip’s decision to commit his future to Leinster ends a period of speculation and uncertainty for the IRFU who had feared a number of stars joining Sexton in France. Sexton has played significantly more club rugby with Racing Metro than he would in Ireland’s provincial set-up, with head coach Joe Schmidt admitting Ireland had “lost control” of the player during the autumn Test series. Ireland’s careful player management has been central to their ability to retain this latest nucleus of talent then, especially given Wales’ continued talent drain to the unrivalled salaries on offer in France’s Top 14. Penning a deal to run until 2017 is a clear indication the 30-year-old will now complete his career at his home province. Relieved he can now concentrate on the upcoming RBS 6 Nations, he said: “Leinster is where I wanted to continue playing and I am happy that the process is now at end,” said Heaslip. “I am looking forward to playing my role in driving success for both Leinster and Ireland.” Press Association Heaslip is the final frontline Ireland star to tie down new terms, following quickly on for deals for captain Paul O’Connell and Keith Earls announced earlier this week. Heaslip joins Leinster team-mate Sean O’Brien in rejecting the advances of Heineken Cup champions Toulon, and he also turned down an approach from Montpellier. British Lion Heaslip made his Leinster debut in 2005 and has since amassed 176 appearances, scoring 34 tries. The 60-cap loose-forward first featured for Ireland against the Pacific Islanders in November 2006, and has claimed a Grand Slam and three Heineken Cup titles in his career. “We are delighted that Jamie has committed his future to Leinster and Ireland for the next three years,” said IRFU chief executive Philip Brown. “He has been one of most consistent performers and top number eights in world rugby for many years and has played a starring role for Leinster, Ireland and the Lions. Plotting further silverware raids at club rugby, Leinster CEO Mick Dawson said Heaslip will be central to the province’s future. “Jamie has played a massive role in Leinster’s success over the past six or seven years,” said Dawson. “He is a key leader within the squad and he will play an integral part in the club’s plans to compete for silverware in the years to come.” Leinster number eight Jamie Heaslip is the latest Ireland star to reject a big-money offer from France and commit to Ireland by signing a three-year contract.