Putnamville Meth Suppression Troopers Arrest Two in Sullivan County

ISP SmallSullivan County—Monday evening at 5:52, Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Troopers from the Putnamville Post served a Sullivan County search warrant on a residence at 1837 East County Road 500 South near Carlisle, IN. Through investigative information and other means, troopers were able to secure the warrant and conduct a search of the residence.

user29410-1467079557-media1During a search of the mobile home, troopers located less than one gram of methamphetamine, numerous items associated with the manufacturing of methamphetamine, and assorted items of paraphernalia.

 

Arrested:         David Mize, age 38, of the address

Charges:          Manufacturing Meth; Possession of Meth; Possession of Precursors; Dumping a Controlled Waste; Maintaining a Common Nuisance; Possession of Paraphernalia; and Neglect of a Dependent (two counts).

 

Arrested:         Emily D. Mize, age 37, of the address

Charges:          Same seven charges as above

Both held in Sullivan County Jail.

 

Their two children, ages 4 and 14, were found in the home and released to Sullivan County Child Protective Services.

The case was investigated by ISP Meth Suppression Troopers Shilo Raulston, B.J. Patterson, and Adam Edwards.

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