Man charged with multiple counts of dealing methamphetamine
LA PORTE COUNTY, Ind. -- A Michigan City man has been charged with multiple counts of dealing in methamphetamine after the drug task force served a search warrant at a home on South Street, according to Michigan City Police.
Over the past few months, the La Porte County Drug Task Force received multiple complaints about drug activity at a home on South Street.
On June 8, members of the task force, the Fugitive Apprehension Street Team, Michigan City Police, SWAT and La Porte County Sherriff's Department served a search warrant at 314 South Street.
At the home, officers recovered methamphetamine, numerous controlled and/or scheduled substances, and paraphernalia associated with the sale of illegal drugs.
Justin Henry was taken into custody on preliminary charges. A second person at the home, Daniel Will, was taken into custody on outstanding warrants.
The following day, Henry was charged with one count of dealing in methamphetamine as a level 3-felony, two counts of dealing in methamphetamine as a level 4 felony, and one count of dealing in a schedule I controlled substance as a level 3 felony.
Michigan City Police Chief Dion T. Campbell said, “I could not be more proud of the continued work product produced by the members of the La Porte County Drug Task Force. With cases like these, the community’s communication with law enforcement allows detectives to address specific issues and concerns within our neighborhoods.”