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Police Execute Search Warrants Thursday on 2 Plymouth Homes

September 8, 2013

09/07/13  During the early morning hours of Thursday, September 5th police officers from various agencies served dual search warrants that had been issued through the Marshall County Courts for two Plymouth residents. 

After several months of investigating officer’s executed a search warrants at 707 Pearl Street and one at 408 South Plum Street.  Both search warrants were in reference to Methamphetamine.

  Arrested Thursday morning was 49 year old Scott Davis who resides at the 707 Pearl Street address.  Davis was booked in for Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Marijuana, Maintaining a Common Nuisance and Possession of Paraphernalia.  His bond was set at $1,505 cash.

  As a result of the search warrant that was executed at the residence of 408 South Plum Street, officer’s arrested three individuals living at the address.

36 year old Heidi R. Cooper was booked into the Marshall County Jail for Possession of Methamphetamine and paraphernalia and given a $1,505 cash bond.  Copper was released just after noon on Thursday after posting her $1,505 bond. She is scheduled to appear in Marshall Superior Court I on September 24th.

40 year old David C. Copper was booked for Possession of Methamphetamine and Paraphernalia with a cash bond set at $1,505.

50 year old Kevin E. Keller was booked into the jail for Possession of Methamphetamine and Paraphernalia, Maintaining a Common Nuisance and Possession of Paraphernalia with Reckless uses to Enhance.   His cash bond was set at $1,505.


The Marshall County Child Protective Service was notified after officer’s located three children inside the Plum Street home.  The children were taken into custody due to the condition of the home and because drugs were located within the home.


Assisting in the execution of these two warrants were the Indiana State Police, Indiana SWAT Team, the Marshall County Drug Task Force, Indiana State Police Clandestine Lab Team and the Plymouth Police Department.


The investigation is ongoing as further arrests warrants may be  issued after reviewe by the Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office for other subjects involved.