Five Arrested In Connection With Possible Plymouth Trafficking Bust

The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department has made several arrests after working with another government agency.

Authorities received a tip at the end of January involving alleged drug trafficking in the area. The Sheriff’s Department and the U.S. Postal Service worked closely to investigate the matter. Exactly how drugs were allegedly being trafficked is not being disclosed at this time.

On February 13th, a search warrant was obtained for a residence in the 10-thousand block of State Road 17. Items were said to be confiscated from the residence. The nature of what was located during the search is not being released.

23-year-old Robert Miller of Plymouth is being charged with Dealing and Possession of Marijuana. Four other individuals: 21-year-old Ian Horvath, 25-year-old Mitchell Glassburn, 21-year-old Jacob Segraves, and 21-year-old Benjamin Smith- all from the Plymouth area – are charged with Visiting a Common Nuisance.

An investigation into the matter is ongoing.