(LOOGOOTEE) – A Loogootee man is behind bars after police say he was selling meth.
On Saturday evening October 20th, a Martin County Sheriff’s Office investigation, led to a narcotics interdiction in Loogootee.
Plain clothed deputies observed 35-year-old Adam Salmon, allegedly selling suspected meth in a parking lot.
Reserve Deputies Josh Harmon, Jason Greene, Cameron Ochs, Deputy Rob Lents, and Corporal Tyler Reed arrived on scene and detained Salmon.
Officers seized the drug and Salman was arrested without incident.
The following day, a search warrant was requested through the Martin County Prosecutor, Aureola Wright, and granted by the Honorable Senior Judge Kenneth Lopp.
ISP Trooper Andrew Beaver, Martin County Sheriff’s Office Major Keller, and Deputy Lents served the search warrant at Salmon’s residence. An additional small amount of meth and drug paraphernalia was found and seized.
Salmon is facing charges of dealing meth, possession of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia.