BEDFORD – Bedford Police officers arrested four individuals on Tuesday, June 14th after they went to an apartment in the 1910 block of 16th Street at the request of the Indiana Parole Division to arrest 38-year-old Tina Lane when a warrant was issued for her arrest on a parole violation.
Lane finally answered the door and was detained. Police say Lane was under the influence of drugs.
Inside the apartment, officers found 30-year-old Alyssa Shelton, 36-year-old Andrew Remmy, and 36-year-old Brandon Harrison. Police say all three were sweating profusely, appeared to be lethargic and making abnormal body movements.
During a search of Lane’s purse, police found a container filled with wet cotton balls that tested positive for fentanyl.
Officers then obtained a search warrant for the apartment.
Officers found a baggy containing fentanyl in a cardboard box. Harrison’s wallet and backpack housed numerous syringes, a plastic straw, a metal spoon, cotton balls, and a smoking device containing marijuana.
Police also found a Starburst drink box that contained several syringes and plastic straws concealed in a Cheez-It box located in the kitchen.
In Remmy’s wallet, police found a folded paper containing fentanyl and meth.
Police then detained Remmy, Harrison, and Shelton.
All three including Lane face charges of possession of a narcotic drug, possession of meth, unlawful possession of syringes, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
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