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Two Arrested After Police Find Large Amount Of Meth
Updated March 4, 2015 7:49 AM | Filed under: Crime
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(FRENCH LICK) - Two arrested on drug charges after police serve search warrant at motel.

Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. Indiana State Police, Orange County Sheriff deputies and Paoli and French Lick officers executed the warrant at Lanes Motel on Ind. 56 in French Lick.

When officers entered room 127 they found 30-year-old Amanda Dill, of Indianapolis and 38-year-old Terry Brown, of West Baden Springs and two children ages 1 and 5.

Police found a large amount of meth, marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Both Dill and Brown were arrested and the Department of Child Services was contacted to take custody of the children.

Brown and Dill were charged with dealing meth over 10 grams, possession of meth over 10 grams, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and child endangerment.

The investigation is ongoing and more arrest are expected.

Brown was recently arrested for possession of meth and was out on bond at the time of this arrest.

Police would like to thank the citizens of Orange County for all of the tips and information received on this and other cases.

Residents are strongly encouraged to call and report any activity out of the ordinary.

With warmer weather approaching, more people will be outside walking, jogging and bike riding in rural areas. The potential exists that some people may come across a meth lab or trash left behind by those who have manufactured meth.

Law enforcement reminds citizens that the rash from outdoor meth labs contains chemicals that are toxic, flammable, corrosive, and acidic. When mixed together the chemicals are highly explosive. The fumes are toxic and can cause internal damage to organs.

Orange County Sheriff's Department Phone Number: 812-723-2417
French Lick Police Department Phone Number: 812-936-9811
Paoli Police Department Phone Number: 812-723-2836
ISP Meth Hotline 1-800-453-4756

If you think you have found a meth lab, call the Indiana State Police Meth Hotline at 1-800-453-4756, or Report it Online. Tips may be made anonymously.

Learn more about the dangers of meth at http://www.meth.in.gov



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