Two people were arrested early Sunday morning, after police say they found about 200 grams of marijuana during a traffic stop near Bourbon. Marshall County Police say they pulled over a 1996 Ford Explorer for speeding, in the area of U.S. 30 and Beech Road.
Editor’s Note: The original news release from the Marshall County Police Department included a mugshot of a different Richard Hensley, not the individual mentioned in the arrest report. The original release also gave the incorrect age for the Hensley suspect. A previous version of this story on this website contained the incorrect mugshot and age. The Marshall County Police Department has since sent an updated press release with the correct photo. Department officials also said in an email, “We would like to personally apologize for any inconvenience we have caused with the elder 66 Richard Hensley.” This story has since been updated to reflect the corrections.
A Thursday morning traffic stop led to the arrest of two Tippecanoe men. Marshall County Police say it happened around 12:45 a.m. near the intersection of Center Street and State Road 331.
A Bremen man who was reportedly found hiding under a farm tractor last week was taken to jail for possession of methamphetamine. On the morning of Sunday, November 5, a Marshall County Sheriff’s Deputy says he saw a black Chevy pickup truck parked along U.S. 30, west of Iris Road at around 3:15 a.m. The officer says it was foggy, and the truck didn’t have any lights on, so he stopped to check on it. He says he didn’t find anyone inside, but he did notice “items within the vehicle associated with criminal activity.”
A report of shoplifting allegedly led to the discovery of methamphetamine in Plymouth Friday night. Plymouth Police were called to the Walmart parking lot shortly after 7:30, after store employees accused two men of shoplifting.
A man wanted for dealing and possession of methamphetamine in Kosciusko County was reportedly taken into custody in Plymouth Thursday afternoon.
Two people were arrested, after police say they found meth during a search of a Plymouth home Friday morning. Officers with the Indiana State Police, Plymouth Police Department, and the Marshall County Drug Task Force say they got a warrant to search the home at 822 West Madison Street, after getting complaints about possible drug activity.
Three people were arrested on drug-related charges Saturday morning in Starke County. Around 9:30 a.m., police from the Starke and Marshall county sheriff’s offices say they went to the 11,000 block of 400 North for a wanted person.
A Plymouth man was arrested Saturday for suspicion of dealing drugs.
Plymouth police were called to the Dollar General store at 328 Kingston on a report of shoplifting. When officers confronted the suspect, Ronnie Lister, they reportedly found him in possession of six baggies of a substance believed to be methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.
Four people were arrested Monday, after police reportedly found 53 grams of crystal methamphetamine at a Plymouth home. Shortly after 7:00 p.m., officers with the Marshall County Drug Task Force, Indiana State Police, Plymouth Police Department, and Marshall County Sheriff’s Department executed a search warrant at a home in the 7700 block of Rose Road.
A Culver woman wanted on active arrest warrants was taken into custody Tuesday, but not before police reportedly found suspected methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, a handgun, and a sawed off shotgun in the car she was riding in.
Two people face meth-related charges, after Marshall County Police attempted to serve two felony arrest warrants Friday. Officers say it happened just before 1:00 p.m. at a home in the 11100 block of 12th Road.
A Marshall County narcotics investigation led to the arrest of a Culver woman Tuesday night. Officers with the Marshall County Police Department and the Marshall County Drug Task Force executed a search warrant around 11:40 p.m., at a home in the 16,000 block of 15B Road. Police say they found methamphetamine and paraphernalia in the home.
Two Plymouth residents were arrested Sunday, in connection with a theft from a Warsaw store, the hit and run of a security guard, and the discovery of methamphetamine. At around 7:00 p.m., Plymouth Police say they were told to be on the lookout for a white 2002 Oldsmobile Alero. The car was allegedly used in a theft from the Warsaw Kohl’s store and a hit and run of an asset protection associate.
A Plymouth man with an active arrest warrant now faces drug charges, as well. Continue reading
Two people were arrested Monday, after police executed a search warrant at a Plymouth home as part of a meth investigation. The Indiana State Police Criminal Interdiction Unit, the State Police SWAT Team, and the Plymouth K-9 officer all arrived at the home in the 11300 block of Maple Road. Continue reading
Three people were arrested on drug charges after police executed a search warrant at a Plymouth apartment Saturday. Officers with the Marshall County and Plymouth police departments and Marshall County Drug Task Force executed the warrant at 700 West Garro Street at around 9:21 a.m. Continue reading
Two people were arrested after a traffic stop allegedly turned up synthetic marijuana and methamphetamine. Bourbon Police say that around 8:15 Thursday night, they got a report that a white Pontiac with a possibly impaired driver was heading northbound on State Road 331 from State Road 10.
A Lakeville resident has been arrested on an array of drug-related charges in Plymouth.
Two Rochester residents are in jail, following a narcotics investigation. Members of the CLEAN Team, a collaborative police effort fighting narcotics in Fulton and Miami Counties, executed a search warrant at a home in the 300 block of West 11th Street. Continue reading
State lawmakers may consider further regulating cold medication sales in an effort to curb Indiana’s methamphetamine epidemic. Sen. Jim Arnold, D-LaPorte, says that’s one of several priority issues they will consider when they reconvene next week. He notes Indiana is the top state for meth production and says lawmakers need to find ways of harnessing the problem. Continue reading