Police arrest Daviess County woman on drug warrantJuly 28, 2014
By BILL POWELL
Herald Staff Writer
JASPER — Police took 45-year-old Jennifer Sellers of Elnora into custody Friday on a seven-count, drug-related warrant out of Dubois Superior Court.
Sellers was a manager at the Verizon Wireless store, 3780 N. Newton St., according to the Dubois County Sheriff’s Department. She was also on law enforcement’s radar screen after several complaints about drug usage and possibly dealing at the business were received.
The Dubois County Sheriff’s Department’s narcotics officer, an Indiana State Police K-9 unit and a Jasper Police Department officer went to the business June 30, spoke with Sellers and found her in possession of a meth pipe, methamphetamine, marijuana and multiple types of controlled substances.
A warrant charging her with a Class B felony count of methamphetamine possession; three Class C felony counts of illegal possession of controlled substances; a Class D felony count of illegal possession of a legend (prescription) drug and misdemeanor counts of marijuana possession and possession of paraphernalia was issued out of Dubois Superior Court on Wednesday. She was taken into custody at her Daviess County home Friday, according to the sheriff’s department.
Authorities booked Sellers into the Dubois County Security Center at 12:20 p.m.
Contact Bill Powell at email@example.com.
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