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Drug Raid Lands 13 People In Jail
Updated April 4, 2016 6:50 AM | Filed under: Crime
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(PRINCETON) - A Friday morning drug raid has landed 13 people behind bars in Pike and Gibson counties.

Indiana State Police say the 6 a.m. raid targeted 15 drug suspects in the two counties.

An undercover drug investigation began in September last year, after the Princeton Police Department received information that crystal meth was being transported to Southwest Indiana from Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi. Undercover officers learned that 15 suspects were allegedly distributing the meth to individuals in the local area.

13 suspects were arrested, while officers are searching for two more. Those arrested Friday include:

  • Louis Short, 35, 3rd Street, Princeton, IN
  • Melissa Thompson, 40, 724 West Emerson, Princeton, IN
  • Taylor Cates, 18, 724 Emerson, Princeton, IN
  • Tim Woods, 52, 557 Meadowlark, Princeton, IN
  • Kari Fourthman, 41, 3212 W. Birch, Princeton, IN
  • Antwan Littiz, 40, 724 West Emerson, Princeton, IN
  • Scott Moore, 44, 320 West Emerson, Princeton, IN
  • Dale Morris, 53, 320 West Emerson, Princeton, IN
  • Gary Sutton, 37, 705 West 5th Street, Mt. Carmel, IL
  • Lacy Sutton, 29, 705 West 5th Street, Mt. Carmel, IL
  • Keenan Hardiman, SR, 1372 Old 41, Princeton, IN
  • Barbara Luke, 35, 4020 W. Split Rail Lane, Princeton, IN
  • Dawnella Bailey, 35, 606 Main, Patoka, IN

State Police worked with Princeton Police, the Gibson Co. Sheriff's Department, the US Marshals Service, DEA and ATF.



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