Found in Macedonia under fake names.
Parma narcotic detectives have identified and arrested two individuals responsible for the February 22nd apartment fire at 5257 Knollwood, #8.
They have been identified as 22 year-old Bryan Kneuss and 19 year-old Amber Darrow.
(Photos courtesy of the Parma Police Department)
The couple was found hiding out in a motel in Macedonia, registered under a fictitious name.
At approximately 8:15 PM on February 22nd, Parma Fire Department received a call of smoke coming from the apartment leased by Darrow. Responding units discovered that the occupants of the apartment had fled and were no longer on scene.
A small fire in a bedroom was extinguished by the firemen who observed chemicals associated with clandestine methamphetamine production. The scene was turned over to the police who called in a Hazmat team.
Special Agent John Butterworth of the Bureau of Criminal Investigation responded to process the scene. Once he properly secured, documented and disposed of specific chemicals, it was determined that those who had been evacuated from surrounding apartments could safely return.
Kneuss and Darrow have been charged with the following:
- Illegal Manufacture of Drugs – Felony 2nd degree
- Assembly of Chemicals for the Manufacture of Drugs, Felony 3rd degree
- Possession of Criminal Tools, Felony of the 5th degree
Both are currently being held in the Cuyahoga County Jail.
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