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Early Morning Raid on Plymouth Meth House

April 2, 2013

  04/03/13 A month long investigation by the Plymouth Police Department and the Indiana State Police resulted in two felony arrests early Tuesday morning.  Shortly before 6:00 a.m. members of the Indiana State Police Emergency Response Section and the Meth Suppression Unit raided a home in Plymouth acting on a search warrant that had been obtained earlier in the week.  A flash bang was used to startle the residents.

  The residence, 1112 South Michigan Street, is located directly across the street from Webster Elementary School.  Officers located a semi automatic rifle in the home along with the remnants of a meth lab and other drug paraphernalia.

  Two subjects, including a juvenile, were at the home at the time the warrant was served.  Both those individuals were questioned and released.  The two suspects in the case Peter Devine, 34, and Tricia Eckert, 26, both live at the South Michigan Street house.  Both Devine and Eckert returned to the house after they were contacted by police.

  Devine was arrested on an outstanding felony warrant out of Marshall County for theft and driving while suspended.  In addition both Devine and Eckert now face Class A felony charges for dealing methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a school.  Both subjects were taken to the Marshall County Jail and are being held without bond.

7 Responses to “ Early Morning Raid on Plymouth Meth House ”

  1. bigbfromptown on April 10, 2013 at 2:16 am

    these are good people tht made a bad decision, i was very close friends with the two. i know they had a meth lab. but honestly who do you know that has messed up in there life with meth charges and had there kid there and you felt like they needed another chance??? i will pray for the two.

  2. Plymouth on April 4, 2013 at 7:30 am

    Oh beleive me Ill pray every night that Marshall County sets an example and these two rot in prison! They deserve no mercy the thing the have subjected kids to and the danger they out small children in that walked by thr house everyday to go to school. She is no better then he he this was her choice to be a heroin and meth addicted and she was doing it long before Pete. You are fooling yourself Jaime this is not a beautiful person this is a POS drug dealer that put my niece in danger along with hundreds of other small children and I will hope and pray everyday THEY ROT for many many years!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. mimi on April 4, 2013 at 12:48 am

    well deserved….. so glad they got caught!!!!! i just fear that the kids could have been affected by these pos’s cooking pretty much on the front steps of an elementary school…. LOCK THEM UP AND THROW AWAY THE KEEP FOR MANY MANY YEARS THEY NEED TO PAY FOR THIS BIG TIME… maybe if the police would stop slapping people on the wrist and make everyone busted an example maybe they might put a dent in cleaning up our town and streets…. i hope they both get max time and she doesnt get out of any of these charges

  4. Jaime on April 3, 2013 at 5:02 pm

    Maybe you should pray for them. I am thankful for the police that are working hard to clean up this town and to rid it from this terrible drug that has taken over so many people.

  5. Plymouth on April 3, 2013 at 11:56 am

    Which is complete BS! Marshall County needs to show they want this drug to go away and STOP giving them DEALS!! This was right outside the front door of an elementary school. NOt to mention they obviously have no care about children he had his own child involved in this! RIDICULOUS!!!

  6. Amanda on April 3, 2013 at 9:40 am

    They’ll get out, unfortunately. Look what happened at Country Place and at the house by DelMonte..almost all of them from those cases are either out or only getting little to no time.

  7. Plymouth on April 3, 2013 at 8:51 am

    ALl I have to say is it couldnt have happened to a more deserving piece of trash! They absolutely deserve to be locked up for many years and if they walk our system is useless!! They BOTH are equally as responsible. THROW AWAY THE KEY