Plymouth man arrested for meth dealing after long investigation

(Photo supplied/Indiana State Police)

Patience pays off for Indiana State Police after a Plymouth man was arrested on methamphetamine-dealing charges.

42-year-old Martin Noble was arrested after a warrant was served on his house in the 900 block of West Adams Street in Plymouth. State troopers were helped by the Marshall County Drug UNIT and Plymouth Police after officers investigated drug activity at the house over several months.

Noble is preliminarily charged with Dealing Methamphetamine, which is a Level 3 felony that carries a maximum 16-year prison term


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