A report of a suspicious vehicle resulted in four arrests near Basehor, the undersheriff said.

A report of a suspicious vehicle resulted in four arrests near Basehor, the undersheriff said.

The incident was reported around 11 a.m. Wednesday at a residence at 174th Street and U.S. 24-40.

Undersheriff Jim Sherley said the owner of the property contacted the Sheriff's Office to report a suspicious vehicle.

A deputy who responded encountered a man who reportedly ran away and locked himself in a camper trailer on the property.

Additional deputies from the Sheriff's Office responded as well as members of the Kansas Highway Patrol Authorities found two man and two women hiding in the trailer, according Sherley.

Officers found a substance that is believed to be methamphetamine in the trailer.

Deputies who responded to that location also recovered two vehicles that are believed to have been stolen.

The four suspects were arrested for various allegations including criminal trespass, obstruction, possession of methamphetamine, burglary and weapons violations. They also could face vehicle theft charges, according to Sherley.

The suspects allegedly provided false information to authorities at the time they were arrested. But their identities were confirmed through fingerprints and interviews.