YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – Three people accused of operating a methamphetamine lab in Goshen Township were indicted Thursday by a Mahoning County grand jury.
Andrew Bourgoujian, 44, of Beloit, Angela Firestone, 30, of Akron, and Bryan Dilling, 43, of Beloit, are facing charges of illegal manufacture of drugs, illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs and drug possession. Bourgoujian also is facing a charge of assault after police said he fought with police at the Goshen Police Department.
Dilling and Bourgoujian remain at the Mahoning County Jail, while Firestone was released after posting bond. No court dates have been set for any of the suspects.
According to police, a methamphetamine lab was discovered at 33 Oakwood Lane, which is listed as Bourgoujian’s address in court records. Officers were executing a search warrant at the house Feb. 17 and said they noticed a strong chemical smell coming from inside.
Bourgoujian and Firestone were inside the house and arrested. Dilling was arrested several days later after police said they saw him run out a back door to the house where they found the meth lab.