Six people arrested in Kosciusko County for selling of methamphetamine to undercover agents

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(Jon Zimney/95.3 MNC)

A three-month joint investigation by Kosciusko County Narcotics Enforcement Team, known as NET 43, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Indiana State Police Drug Enforcement Section resulted in the arrest of six people.

The following persons were arrested, according to a news release provided by Warsaw Police Department Public Information Officer Brad Kellar:

• Seth Lewis Cummins, dealing methamphetamine, held on a federal warrant and on a warrant for violation of release conditions in a dealing methamphetamine case from Whitley County.

• Jacob Yeazel, dealing methamphetamine, Level 3 felony; held pending the posting of a $20,250 bond.

• Alaina Leighan Jacynth Yeazel, dealing methamphetamine, Level 3 felony; held pending the posting of a $20,250 bond.

• D Ann Jackson, dealing methamphetamine, Level 2 felony; held pending the posting of a $25,250 bond.

• Johnny Lee Helton, dealing methamphetamine, held on a federal warrant.

• Donald M. Chadwick Jr., dealing methamphetamine, Level 2 felony; held pending the posting of a $25,250 bond.

During the investigation, officers conducted controlled purchases of methamphetamine from the subjects totaling approximately 15 ounces of methamphetamine.

On Thursday, officers served search warrants on many of the subjects’ residences. At that time, officers found 1¼ ounces of methamphetamine and a large amount of U.S. currency, which the officers believe is related to dealing of methamphetamine, the release states.

NET 43 is a collaborative law enforcement unit, consisting of officers from Kosciusko County Prosecutor’s Office, Warsaw Police Department, Indiana State Police, Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office, Winona Lake Police Department, Pierceton Police Department and Mentone Police Department.

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