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Mother Arrested for Meth Lab at 110 North Walnut

July 31, 2013
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  08/01/13  On Tuesday afternoon at approximately 4:30 Plymouth Police Officer Jeremy Enyart responded to the residence at 110 North Walnut Street in reference to a tip of a possible meth manufacturing operation at the residence.

  Officer Enyart made contact with 32 year old Susan M. Suire who resides at the residence.   She and her two children were transported to the Plymouth Police Department for an interview.  At that time she gave both verbal and written consent to search the residence at 110 North Walnut Street.

  As Officers searched the residence, material used for one pot meth lab operations were located in a container outside of the home.   That container had a large amount of meth sludge that was still in its active stage and releasing fumes.

  35 year old Donald W. Smith of Walkerton was at the residence and admitted to disposing of the manufacturing items in the outside container.   Smith was taken into custody and booked for dumping controlled substance waste.  He was held on a $1,505 cash bond.

  Susan Suire was transported to the Marshall County Jail and booked in for dealing, delivering and or manufacturing methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of a school, park, or housing unit.  She was also booked for the illegal drug lab and neglect of a dependent-endangering life or health charges and was held on no bond.

  Suire’s 21 month old son and 9 year old daughter were removed from the home and placed in the care of relatives by the Department of Child Services.

The Indiana State Police Clandestine Team responded to the location and assisted in the dismantle and disposal of all the hazardous material. 

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One Response to “ Mother Arrested for Meth Lab at 110 North Walnut ”

  1. Dianne73 on August 1, 2013 at 9:03 am

    Wonderful. I hope they give her 20 years in prison! Not only for being so selfish for making the crap in an apartment house and putting the other residents at risk, but for putting her children’s lives in danger! Parents are supposed to protect their children! Not put them right in the middle of a drug dealing/manufacturing operation and possible expolosion!! UGH!