Imagine this - a suspect in one of the area`s biggest meth busts gets arrested, Bonds out, and doesn`t show up for court. So where did authorities track him down? As KTAL`s Jason Clark explains, he was back to his old tricks. Bowie county deputies spent Wednesday afternoon sorting through a meth lab they found at the home of James Harmond Junior. Captain lance hall says it`s like Deja Vu. In 2004, he was sorting through another one of Harmond`s labs only this time it was much bigger. Deputies found nearly a million dollars worth of meth at his home on Hines lane in Liberty Eylau. "This is one of the biggest labs in the region," Bowie county sheriff James Prince said. Deputies tried arresting Harmond, but he had no plans of going to jail and attempted to run over them with his truck. Shots were fired and he fled. Two months later Harmond was captured at a motel in clarksville....by you guessed Lance Hall....and get this he was allegedly cooking meth. "He`s a meth addict and a cook. He`s going do that....that`s what he does," Hall said. Harmond posted a 200 thousand dollar bond and then fled again in late July. The trail ran cold until Wednesday night when deputies received a tip he was back at his home on Hines lane. "He was extremely surprised. He went towards a window but one of the deputies confronted him and he just stood there with his hands up," investigator Jeryl Palmore said. 32 year old Kristi Cherry was also arrested. Both are now behind bars at the Bi-state justice building. A judge has yet to set their bonds.