Tip to police leads to drug arrests of 4 menDecember 20, 2018
From Local Sources
JASPER — Information received by the Huntingburg Police Department regarding alleged drug activity led to four arrests Wednesday night in Jasper.
Huntingburg police received information Tuesday that, after investigation, led them and a Dubois County Sheriff’s Department deputy to make contact with Adan Recinos Aguilar, 40, 675 Giesler Road, Apt. 102, in a parking lot off South Newton Street on Wednesday evening.
Officers told Recinos Aguilar about the complaint. Huntingburg police said Recinos Aguilar at first denied the accusation, then admitted to some of the alleged activity.
The investigation moved to Recinos Aguilar’s apartment unit at the Sunset Apartments, where police also made contact with Recinos Aguilar’s three roommates: 30-year-old Yasmany Alvarez Corvea, 35-year-old Rafael Llauger Gonzalez and 37-year-old Yariel Nodas. The Jasper Police Department assisted the other officers at the complex.
Police report searching the apartment with consent and locating a small bag in Recinos Aguilar’s wallet with a crystalline substance that was allegedly methamphetamine.
Police also reported finding 46.9 grams of marijuana packaged into 33 small bags, a digital scale and smoking pipes.
Authorities said none of the occupants admitted to knowing about the marijuana.
All four men were booked into the Dubois County Security Center early this morning on preliminary Level 6 felony counts of maintaining a common nuisance and dealing marijuana, plus preliminary misdemeanor counts of marijuana possession.
Recinos Aguilar was additionally charged with a preliminary Level 6 felony count of possession of methamphetamine and a preliminary misdemeanor count of possession of paraphernalia.
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