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4 Arrested in Warrant Service, Multiple Meth Labs Located

April 9, 2013

  04/10/13 Tuesday afternoon Officer Jonathan Bryant with the Marshall County Police Department was attempting to serve a warrant on James Corbett when he came across a vehicle registered to Corbett’s wife.  Officer Bryant along with officers from the County and Plymouth Police Department went into action and served the warrant at 308 West Washington Street, a duplex catty-corner from the city police department.  The property is listed on the County GIS as being owned by James and Sharon Carnes and Timothy Kuhar.

  Officers announced at the front door that they were there and several subjects came to the door.  They confirmed that James Corbett was inside and allowed officer in.  Officers located Corbett and while making the arrest saw narcotics in plain view.  As officers searched the duplex they also located multiple meth labs, precursors and drug paraphernalia.

  Arrested at the scene were 35 year old James Corbett and his wife 30 year old Krista Corbett.  They were charged with an A felony for manufacturing meth within 1,000 feet of a public housing unit.  Also arrested was 26 year old Nathaniel White who was booked in on an A felony for manufacturing meth within 1,000 feet of a public housing unit. 42 year old Richard Milton was booked into the County Jail for visiting a common nuisance.   

  The Indiana State Police Meth Team was called to remove the meth.

4 Responses to “ 4 Arrested in Warrant Service, Multiple Meth Labs Located ”

  1. CHERYL on April 11, 2013 at 9:05 am

    I love reading about these meth busts every week, one more gone off the streets. Every meth dealer in this town should be shaking in their boots because you are next.

  2. suz on April 10, 2013 at 6:45 pm

    Officer Bryant and the Plymouth and Marshall County officers rock!!! Keep up the good work!

  3. CommonCents on April 10, 2013 at 6:09 pm

    AnnF: I agree with you 100%. There is a lot more work to go. But our police, prosecutors and judges have made a loud statement for those involved in this activity. If you are involved in meth, they will find you and put you in jail for a long time. I think 10-20 years sounds about right. By then, maybe they will have kicked the habit!

  4. AnnF on April 10, 2013 at 3:20 pm

    Thank you to our men and women in blue for helping to eradicate this dreadful epidemic.