Four arrested in alleged methamphetamine charges

Photo courtesy: Marshall County Police Department Cameron Gardner, Photo courtesy: Marshall County Police Department Devan Mayea, Photo courtesy: Marshall County Police Department Kody Thompson, Photo courtesy: Marshall County Police Department Virginia Wood, Photo courtesy: Marshall County Police Department
PLYMOUTH, Ind. – Four people were arrested Tuesday for alleged drug charges after police officers found methamphetamine and methamphetamine paraphernalia during a search warrant, the Marshall County Police Department reported.

UNIT Officers with the Marshall County Police Department found methamphetamine paraphernalia, several ounces of methamphetamine, and evidence of dealing methamphetamine while performing a search warrant at a residence in Plymouth Tuesday, officers said.

The officers also found three firearms in the home, reports said.

26-year-old Cameron Gardner and 25-year-old Devan Mayea, both of Plymouth, were arrested and are facing preliminary charges for the following, according to officers:

Dealing in methamphetamine

Possession of methamphetamine

Maintaining a common nuisance

20-year-old Virginia Wood of Mishawaka and 21-year-old Kody Thompson of Bremen were arrested and are facing preliminary charges for the following, according to officers:

Possession of methamphetamine

Maintaining a common nuisance

The Indiana State Police SWAT Team, Indiana State Police, Plymouth Police, and Marshall County Police assisted UNIT Officers in this incident.

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