Granger man arrested on charges of possession of meth and resisting arrest

(Photo Supplied/St Joseph County Jail)

A Granger man was arrested for possession of meth and resisting arrest.

It happened on Saturday, September 24, in the morning, when police found a vehicle they thought was involved with a local theft.

Officials say that they waited for the owner of the vehicle, 40-year-old Andrew Blasko, for an hour.

ABC 57 News reports that Blasko got into the vehicle and drove off, not stopping for police when they tried to perform a traffic stop.

When he crossed into Elkhart County, the trailers back tires collapsed.

He then drove to a dead end street and through yards, finally hitting a police vehicle.

He faces a charges of  possession of a syringe, resisting law enforcement w/vehicle, possession of methamphetamine, possession of narcotic or cocaine, possession of stolen vehicle, reckless driving, leaving scene of crash and resisting law enforcement.

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1 comment

Adam September 29, 2022 at 12:39 am

In his mugshot he has a burn hole in his shirt. He doesn’t look happy in the photo either.


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