Two arrested in Monday meth bust by Greene County Drug Task Force

Two arrested in Monday meth bust by Greene County Drug Task Force

When a Linton man accused of dealing methamphetamine appeared in court Thursday afternoon, his bond was set at $70,000 surety with ten percent cash allowed. He had been under investigation by the Greene County Drug Task Force and was arrested when they served a search warrant on a residence in Linton.  A woman who was present when the warrant was executed was also arrested.

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Greene County Drug Task Force came knocking last weekend, Linton woman arrested this week

Greene County Drug Task Force came knocking last weekend, Linton woman arrested this week

When officers of the Greene County Drug Task Force knocked on the door of an apartment in Linton last weekend, looking for a couple wanted on drug charges, they found them. They also spotted drugs in plain view and the woman who lived in the apartment was arrested this week.

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Judge sets bond for suspected meth dealer at $10,000 cash only

Judge sets bond for suspected meth dealer at $10,000 cash only

A Lyons man accused of dealing methamphetamine was arrested last spring, bonded out of jail, then didn’t show up for a pre-trial conference as required. Warrant issued, arrested again, and this time, held without bond. He filed a motion to set bond, and the judge ruled on Wednesday.

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Linton meth dealer, busted by Greene County Drug Task Force, sentenced to 16 years in prison

Linton meth dealer, busted by Greene County Drug Task Force, sentenced to 16 years in prison

A Linton man caught in an LPD, JPD and Greene County Drug Task Force sting operation back in 2011 went to prison for dealing meth, served his time and was released. This year he was back in jail following an investigation by the Task Force, accused of dealing meth, again. He was convicted in Greene Superior Court this week and Judge Dena Martin sentenced him to 16 years in prison.

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Father, caught up in son’s alleged meth dealing, accepts responsibility, sentenced to home detention

Father, caught up in son’s alleged meth dealing, accepts responsibility, sentenced to home detention

It’s likely that a 72-year-old Lyons man was trying to help his son by giving him rides last spring. But when the Greene County Drug Task Force swooped in to bust the son, accusing him of getting rides to Indy to buy meth to sell in Greene County, the father wound up in jail too. On Tuesday, he accepted responsibility, admitted his role and was sentenced to home detention.

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Greene County Drug Task Force busts Bloomfield woman, bond set at $85,000

Greene County Drug Task Force busts Bloomfield woman, bond set at $85,000

An ongoing investigation conducted by several members of the Greene County Drug Task Force resulted in this week’s arrest of a Bloomfield woman accused of purchasing methamphetamine in Indianapolis then selling it in Greene County.

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Greene County Drug Task Force and ISP busts 10 on warrants involving drugs

Greene County Drug Task Force and ISP busts 10 on warrants involving drugs

Greene-Sullivan Counties - For nearly the last four months, Indiana State Police Drug Enforcement Section investigators and the Greene County Drug Task Force have been working tips and other investigative information related to illegal drug activity in the Greene and Sullivan County area.  

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ISP, GCDTF investigation nets four arrests plus seizure of cash, drugs, weapons

ISP, GCDTF investigation nets four arrests plus seizure of cash, drugs, weapons

SULLIVAN COUNTY – The Greene County Drug Task Force, with assistance from the Greene County Prosecutor’s Office, was part of a team of investigators and officers from several law enforcement agencies that’s been working on a drug investigation initiated several months ago.

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Linton man sentenced to 13 years in prison for dealing methamphetamine

Linton man sentenced to 13 years in prison for dealing methamphetamine

On the night of his arrest in late April, a Linton man accused of dealing methamphetamine led Greene County Drug Task Force officers and ISP troopers on a chase, rammed a trooper’s vehicle, drove through a yard, crashed into a porch then fled on foot. He’s been in jail since then. On Wednesday, he pleaded guilty to dealing meth and was sentenced to 13 years.

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