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Last updated on Monday, December 16, 2013
(LINTON) - Three Linton residents were arrested in connection to a meth investigation.
Arrested were 33-yhear-old Raul Sepulveda Jr., 36-year-old Brandy Bailey and 30-year-old Christie Rupp. All three were arrested on controlled substance charges relating to meth.
Indiana State Police Trooper Richard Klun was assisted during the investigation by the Indiana State Police Meth Suppression Team, Linton Detective Sergeant Joshua Goodman and Officer Jason Wilson. Trooper Klun was also assisted by the Jasonville Police Department, the Worthington Police Department and the Indiana State Police Clandestine Lab Team.
Trooper Klun received information that Sepulveda, Bailey and Rupp had been involved in the purchase of precursors in regards to the making of meth.
Trooper Klun along with the ISP Meth Suppression Team gathered evidence and armed with a search warrant went to a home on North West 11th Street in Linton where they found numerous items used to make meth, including precursors, reagents, equipment used to manufacture methamphetamine and other ingredients used to manufacture meth. They also found a powdery substance that field-tested positive for meth.
Sepulveda, Bailey and Rupp were all arrested and taken to the Greene County Jail where at the time of their arrest they were being held without bond.
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