Two people were arrested in Marshall County after a search warrant was conducted Wednesday at a home in the 20,000 block of 8th Road.
Marshall County Police Department Patrol Division officers and K9 Arras assisted Indiana parole officers on a parole visit at the home. When officers arrived at the scene, it appeared that no one was home but items pertaining to the manufacture of methamphetamine could be seen in plain view.
A search warrant was applied for and granted and officers entered the home by force. During a search of the property, officers reportedly found several forms of precursors and active parts of meth labs. Police also allegedly uncovered trace amounts of meth and evidence of dealing the drug.
Tony Clemons, Jr. and Brandy Gayheart were located in a back bedroom and were taken into custody on a preliminary charge of manufacturing methamphetamine. Clemons’ bond was set at $100,000 cash and Gayheart’s bond was set at $50,000 cash. Both are being held in the Marshall County Jail.