Indiana State Police D.E.S, A.C.E.S. Troopers & Brown County Deputies Arrest Nashville Man on Felony Drug Charges

Nashville (Brown County) – After an investigation found probable cause, a Brown County Search Warrant was issued yesterday afternoon regarding alleged methamphetamine dealing for a residence on Plum Creek Road in Nashville.

The search warrant for the residence also included Christopher James, 35 of Nashville allegedly dealing large amounts of meth from that location.

Troopers and Detectives from the Indiana State Police, along with Deputies from the Brown County Sheriff Department, executed the search warrant.

James was found inside. 

Inside the residence, Troopers located over 100 grams of a crystal substance that field tested positive for methamphetamine. ecstasy, psilocybin mushrooms, marijuana, pills, dimethyltryptamine, six long guns, four hand guns, (one with an obliterated serial number and one which was found to be stolen out of Lanesville, Indiana).

Christopher James was transported to the Brown County Jail where he was incarcerated on the following charges;

Christopher James
  • Dealing methamphetamine over 10 grams (with Firearm)              Level 2 Felony
  • Possession of Methamphetamine over 28 grams (with Firearm) Level 3 Felony
  • Possession of Stolen Firearm                                                           Level 6 Felony

Troopers Chris Griggs, Matthew Hatchett along with Brown County Deputies Scott Bowling, Brian Shrader, Paul Henderson, Colten Magner and Kyle Minor assisted at the scene.

Brown County Prosecutor Ted Adams was at the scene and assisted in the investigation as well.

Anyone with information regarding illegal drug activity is encouraged to contact the Indiana State Police Bloomington District at 812-332-4411.

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