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Four arrested after ISP serves search warrant in St. Joseph County

Deaveon Kalber

Kentoy Nkosi

Alijah Perry

Valeigha Arnold


ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Ind. -- Four people were arrested Wednesday morning after Indiana State Police troopers served a search warrant at a home in the 19000 block of Glendale Avenue. The search was the result of an investigation that started with a citizen complaint.

During the search, troopers seized marijuana, drug paraphernalia and two handguns, police said. One of the handguns had been reported stolen.

The following people were arrested:

  • Valeigha Arnold, 22 of South Bend, was arrested on an active warrant out of Elkhart County for operating a vehicle without a license.
  • Alijah Perry, 22 of South Bend, was arrested for a preliminary charge of making a false identity statement and for active warrants out of St. Joseph County for possession of cocaine and operating a vehicle without a license and an active warrant out of Marshall County for operating a vehicle without a license.
  • Kentoy Nkosi, 21 of South Bend, was arrested for preliminary charges of making a false identity statement and possession of marijuana as well as active warrants out of St. Joseph County for possession of marijuana, resisting law enforcement, and possession of a firearm without a license.
  • Deaveon Kalber, 20 of South Bend, was arrested for a preliminary charge of possession of a stolen firearm and an active warrant out of St. Joseph County for disorderly conduct.
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