POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. (KMOV) – A Poplar Bluff man faces multiple charges including possession of a controlled substance and resisting arrest after a short vehicle pursuit Monday afternoon.
According to police, a motorcycle driven by Michael Hon, 33, failed to stop where the Poplar Bluff Police Department was conducting a check for seatbelts and insurance on South 5th Street at Cherry Street. Hon then led police on a short pursuit before being pulled from the motorcycle by an officer.
Hon had a plastic bag containing methamphetamine residue at the time of his arrest, according to police. In addition, Hon had a meth lab strapped to the back of his motorcycle which was in an actively reacting state and posed a great risk of exploding.
Hon also faces several traffic violation charges and attempt to manufacture a controlled substance.