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Loogootee Man Faces Drug Charges After Causing Distrubance

Last updated on Monday, December 30, 2013

(LOOGOOTEE) - A Loogootee man was arrested Saturday on multiple drug charges.

On Saturday, Indiana State Trooper Jarrod Lents, while off-duty, received a complaint from the owner of Greenwich Antiques, at 307 East Broadway Street, in Loogootee.

The owner told Lents the tenant in the apartment above the business was playing extremely loud music and was shouting obscenities at his customers as they entered the store.

The owner told Lents that the man's behavior was so obnoxious that he had to close the antiques store early.

This morning at 10:51 a.m. Troopers Lents and Steven Sexton attempted to speak to the residents of the two apartments above the antiques store.
25-year-old Gregory Isaacs, answered the door and allowed troopers inside.

Once inside the trooper saw drug paraphernalia in the open.

The troopers secured a search warrant and found meth, marijuana and more drug paraphernalia.

Isaacs was arrested, without incident, and taken to the Martin County Jail.

He is facing charges of possession of meth, maintaining a common nuisance, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Troopers Lents and Sexton were assisted by Loogootee Police and the Martin County Sheriff's Department.

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