The Knox County Sheriff’s Office says more than two pounds of meth was found during a traffic stop. Deputies say they received information about a man with a large amount of crystal meth at a home in the Park Hill area of Corbin. The tip said the man was driving a rental car and was from out of state. Officers spotted the man, later identified as 34-year-old Marlon J. Johnson of Nashville, Tennessee, driving suspiciously in a restaurant drive-thru. Deputies tried to pull him over but he took off. The chase lasted several miles and reached speeds of more than 60 mph through residential areas. Johnson finally pulled into a residence hitting a parked car. Police say he got out and ran into the Pine Hill Cemetery where he was captured. During his arrest deputies found what turned out to be more than two pounds of crystal meth and a loaded handgun inside the car. Deputies said this was the largest amount of meth ever seized in Knox County. Johnson was charged with several drug and traffic offenses and lodged in the Knox County Detention Center.