(BEDFORD) – Indiana State Police arrested two Bedford men on meth and heroin charges after a traffic stop in rural Lawrence County on Friday afternoon.
According to an Indiana State Police press release, ISP Sgt. Greg Day and Rusty Garrison stopped a Ford Edge after Sgt. Day recognized the driver 44-year-old Darin Rollman, who was wanted on a felony warrant in Lawrence County.
During the course of the stop, troopers saw hypodermic syringes and other drug paraphernalia in plain view.
Rollman was found to have 1 gram of heroin and 2 morphine pills on him.
His passenger, 41-year-old Juston Sears had approximately 2 grams of heroin, 1 gram of meth, and 4 morphine pills on his person. The heroin was packaged in a manner consistent with dealing the drug.
Both Rollman and Sears were arrested and incarcerated at the Lawrence County Jail.
Rollman is facing felony charges of possession of heroin with a prior conviction, possession of morphine, habitual criminal offender enhancement, unlawful possession of a syringe and wanted on a warrant for petition to revoke.
Sears is facing felony charges of dealing a narcotic drug, possession of heroin, possession of morphine, possession of meth, unlawful possession of a syringe
The Indiana State Police Drug Enforcement Section assisted with the investigation.