U.S. Marshals arrested two suspects on felony charges in Monroeville on Tuesday.
Muskogee, Okla. resident Carol Williams, 46, and Eldon E. Lykins, 41, of 61 Manchester Drive, Monroeville, have signed waivers to have out-of-state authorities pick them up from the Huron County Jail. The pair appeared Wednesday in Huron County Common Pleas Court for their separate extradition hearings.
"Oklahoma wanted Williams and Missouri wanted Lykins," court administrator Linda Stower said.
Williams is charged with one felony count each of endeavoring to manufacture controlled substances, possession of controlled substances and possession of firearms. She also faces a misdemeanor charge of driving under the influence.
Lykins faces one felony charge of theft of a motor vehicle.
"I heard the U.S. Marshals were looking for them," said Monroeville Police Chief Gary Lyons, whose department was notified Friday of the search.
"They sent us a fax. ... I heard from an agent with the Oklahoma office," Lyons said.
"They (the marshal's office) basically didn't have an address. They received some intelligence they (Williams and Lykins) were living in Monroeville," the chief continued.
Lyons had no information on the pair or a report about their arrests.
"The officers did a log entry because it was a U.S. Marshal's warrant. They responded to assist U.S. Marshals with a warrant," Lyons said.