JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – At least 10 people were arrested in Johnson County after the Sheriff’s Office received a tip that drugs were being traded for a stolen handgun.
On Friday, detectives and deputies of the sheriff’s office responded to the 4300 block of Messersmith Drive and detained at least 10 people while they obtained a search warrant.
Once they obtained the search warrant, detectives and deputies located methamphetamine, marijuana, paraphernalia, butane torches, and several firearms—including the stolen shotgun they were looking for.
Deputies also located a 9mm handgun hidden in a wheel well of a vehicle in the driveway.
At this time, the 10 people inside the residence have been charged with visiting a common nuisance. Additional charges may be filed later by detectives from the sheriff’s office.
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