South Bend woman arrested with passenger wanted for attempted murder

(ISP Peru Post Sgt. Tony Slocum/Indiana State Police)

A South Bend woman was arrested in Rochester on a warrant, but her passenger was wanted for a whole lot more.

Indiana State Police arrested 39-year-old Takisha Jacobs after a traffic stop on U.S. 31 at State Road 25 shortly after 2 p.m. Tuesday. She was wanted on a charge of driving while suspended with a prior conviction.

Her passenger, 23-year-old Darius Marshall of Indianapolis, was actually wanted on an attempted murder charge out of Marian County, along with marijuana dealing and nuisance charges.

After a K-9 was dispatched, Marshall was also allegedly found with marijuana on him.

In total, police seized marijuana, two loaded .45 caliber handguns, and almost $2,900 in cash.

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