WEST SILOAM SPRINGS, Okla. - A Wyandotte woman, out on bond for drug charges in Ottawa County, and a Seneca, Mo., man with arrest warrants out for his arrest in Jasper County, Mo., have landed in jail for driving around in a mobile meth lab, without a tag.

Wynn Barclay Mullin, 43 of Seneca Mo., and Danielle Renea Convirs, 22 of Wyandotte, Okla., were arrested at 1 a.m. Dec. 16 in the West Siloam Springs, Okla. area after WSSPD officer Charles Vaughan made a traffic stop of the couples vehicle for not having a tag displayed.

According to the incident report filed by Officer Vaughan, he was on duty that morning on Hwy. 412 when he noticed a vehicle parked on the roadway. He turned around, following the now mobile vehicle and realized that no tag displayed on the automobile. He performed a traffic stop, did a warrant and license check on both parties and found that Mullin, the passenger, had a felony warrant out of Jasper County, Mo.

While waiting for the results, he noticed that the couple were very nervous and he observed a chemical odor coming from the vehicle. The officer contacted WSSPD K9 officer Matt Jones, assigned to the District 13 Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force, according to the officers report.

In Officer Jones report, he arrived shortly after and his K9 "Aron" alerted to the driver side of the vehicle. Delaware County Sheriff's Captain Ron Teel, also assigned to the task force, was called to process the scene.

During a search of the couple, a 1.5G package of Kush Kush incense was found on Convirs. Items used to manufacture methamphetamines were also discovered in the vehicle.

The two were taken into custody and transported to the Delaware County jail. They have been formally charged on Dec. 12 with two felony charges, endeavoring to manufacture cds-methampetamine afcf, possession of controlled dangerous substance and a misdemeanor charge of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

A bond of $25,250.00 has been set on Mullin.

Convir is out on bond in Ottawa County on two cases. In September she was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance-methamphamine and in October, with manufacturing methamphetamines and possession of cds-methamphetamine. She was out on a $23,000 bond and set to return to Ottawa County on Jan. 1, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. A bond of $30,250 has been set on her on the Delaware County charges.