Two men are in the Knox County Jail after Indiana State Police arrest them for manufacturing meth in a cornfield. Friday afternoon ISP stopped a 1995 Nissan pickup truck in Vincennes near the Wabash River after troopers say they received information that the truck had been trespassing in a cornfield south of Vincennes. Troopers say they approached the truck and after smelling a strong chemical odor associated with manufacturing meth, they searched it and found a small baggie containing meth behind the passenger seat. Investigators also say liquid meth had been dunped on the front passenger floorboard just before the traffic stop. After further investigation, officials say the property owner of the cornfield showed them where he spotted the vehicle, after searching that area troopers say they found a tank of anhydrous ammonia and other meth making items. Officials say the driver, 35 year old Robert Getchell of Bicknell and the passenger 25 year old Brandon Parish were arrested where they are being held on bond in the Knox County Jail.