Seymour Police receive tip, drug arrests made

SEYMOUR – On Thursday, August 5th, the Seymour Police Department and Jackson County Sheriff Department received information that two wanted individuals were staying at the Holiday Inn Express in Seymour.

The two were identified as Brian Willman, 37, of Seymour, and Lindsey Grigsby, 34 of Anderson. Willman was wanted on a Jackson Circuit Court warrant for failure to appear on a felony charge of dealing in a controlled substance. Grigsby was wanted on a Jackson Circuit Court warrant on a felony charge of possession of meth.

Investigators then learned a room was obtained at the Holiday Inn Express by an individual with connections to Willman and Grigsby.

Investigators had a K9 sweep conducted at the entry point to the room. Seymour Police Department K9 Nash alerted to the presence of a narcotic odor. As investigators began the process of obtaining a search warrant for the room, investigators with the Seymour Police Department, Jackson County Sheriff Department, and Seymour Police Department patrol officers observed Willman and Grigsby behind the Holiday Inn Express.

Brian Willman

Willman and Grigsby were arrested on the warrants. Investigators then obtained a Jackson Superior Court 2 search warrant for the hotel room where Willman and Grigsby were allegedly staying. During the search of the room, methamphetamine, psilocybin (mushrooms), a stolen handgun, drug paraphernalia, and items linking Willman and Grigsby to the room were located.

Willman and Grigsby were arrested on the two warrants respectively. Willman was also arrested on felony charges of dealing in a controlled substance, dealing meth with a firearm, maintaining a common nuisance, theft (stolen firearm), violation of the legend drug act, and a misdemeanor charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.

Lindsey Grigsby

Grigsby was also arrested on felony charges of possession of meth, maintaining a common nuisance, and possession of a syringe.

Both Willman and Grigsby were transported to the Jackson County Jail.

The investigation is ongoing.

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