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UNIT Arrests 2 for Argos Meth Labs

February 12, 2013

  02/13/13  On Monday, February 11th  officers with the Undercover Narcotics Investigation Team (UNIT), along with the Indiana State Police and the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, searched the home of 43 year old David Howe and 35 year old Kristi Messick-Eswick, also known as Kristi Miller, at 13117 Hickory Road in Argos.  The investigation lead to the issuance of the search warrant where multiple meth labs were located.  Both subjects were found in the residence and arrested for manufacturing methamphetamine and are currently incarcerated in the Marshall County Jail.

  They are being held with no bond and are expected to appear in Marshall Superior Court I on March 12th for their initial hearings.

Anyone with illegal drug information is urged to call the anonymous tip line at 1-800-899-0842.

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6 Responses to “ UNIT Arrests 2 for Argos Meth Labs ”

  1. newbie on April 2, 2013 at 11:17 pm

    Cannot believe David went down this path but I guess that old skanky woman led him there. She looks to be in her 60′s – so pathetic what meth does!

  2. brandykeen on March 26, 2013 at 12:46 am

    Its funny that people are against putting drug addicts in jail but it is not just about putting them in jail…its about them breaking the law and putting lives in danger when they are making the crap! They deaerve to be in jail! I personally knoe Kriati Miller and there have been plenty of us who has to help her…she does not want to b helped! She takes everone dow that she comes in contact with!

  3. Pat on March 5, 2013 at 10:23 am

    Its a shame that people who develop a drug problem are considered criminals. Addiction is a disease just like any other. People choose to do drugs but they don’t choose to be addicts. If someone commits a crime while they are high then by all means lock them away but alot of folks are non violent drug offenders who need rehabilitation not incarceration. Instead of paying thousands of dollars a year to keep non violent offenders incarcerated why would it not be a better idea to get them real help so they can be productive members of society instead of a drain on our state budget? Prison is not always the answer and it is in no shape or form “rehabilitative”.

  4. Thor on February 13, 2013 at 7:57 am

    Take a good look folks. 35yrs old…that’s the face of Meth. I know people twice her age who look better than that, much better; they will probably alive long after that is buried too.

    I don’t think they can go away long enough for either their cure or societies good.

    Luckily the IN legislature is making it harder on these people and the ‘bath salts’ crowd. You are not welcome in IN.

  5. Mike on February 12, 2013 at 8:01 pm

    So sad to see Dave has going down this path. Praying he can turn his life around.

  6. nla on February 12, 2013 at 7:06 pm

    This is unbelievable. He was such a great coach, umpire, etc . This is really hard to believe. It shows that the meth problem is getting worse in this town and and something needs done. so SAD