(BEDFORD) – Troopers with the All Crimes Policing (ACP) stopped a vehicle Tuesday in regards to an ongoing Indiana State Police Drug Enforcement Section (DES) Investigation.
The DES Detectives investigation identified 33-year-old Cody Hobbs, of Bloomington, as a large scale, multiple pound methamphetamine dealer.
Information gathered from the investigation further showed that Hobbs was supplying meth in Monroe, Lawrence, Greene and Morgan Counties.
Trooper Chris Griggs was assisted by the Lawrence County Prosecutors Office Highway Interdiction Team (HIT) member and Mitchell Police Department Officer Shaun Cabral and his K-9 “Jack” during the traffic stop. The driver was identified as 32-year-old Jennifer Dotson, of Bloomington, and the passenger was identified as Hobbs.
K-9 “Jack” alerted to the presence of controlled substances inside the vehicle. DES Detectives were assisted in searching the vehicle by ISP Sergeant Ryan Miller and Aggressive Criminal Enforcement Section (ACES) Sergeant Greg Day and Trooper Caleb Garvin.
Inside the vehicle, troopers located more than 2 pounds of meth, heroin, a firearm and a large amount of US Currency.
Jennifer Dotson was arrested on charges of dealing meth over 10 grams, and possession of meth over 28 gram
Cody Hobbs was arrested on charges of possession of meth over 28 grams, dealing meth over 10 grams while in possession of a firearm.