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Police News

February 3, 2011

Women arrested on drug charges

GOSHEN —

Two women were jailed on drug-related charges Monday night near Warsaw after they reportedly purchased items associated with the production of methamphetamine from a retail store.

According to a report by the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department, officers received a report at 7:37 p.m. of two people buying large amounts of items associated with the production of meth from the Warsaw Menards store.

Winona Lake officer Joe Brumbaugh stopped a vehicle on C.R. 100 East and his canine "hit" on the suspect vehicle, indicating drugs were in the car.

Police said they arrested Jody Renee Yeazel, 47, Syracuse, on a charge of possession of methamphetamine, and Becky A. Moser, 51, Millersburg, on charges of dealing methamphetamine, possession of drug precursors and possession of marijuana. Both were incarcerated in the Kosciusko County jail.

Yeazel was held on $2,000 bond and Moser was held on $20,000 bond.

Cash stolen from church

According to a sheriff’s department report, a spokesperson for Grace Bible Baptist Church, 68080 Division St., New Paris, reported on Sunday that cash was stolen from the church.

Two arrested

on drug charges

According to Goshen police, Brandon Pritchett, 21, 313 S. 27th St., and Alea Miller, 19, 102 Olive St., were cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the 100 block of North Indiana Avenue at 1 a.m. Sunday. They were cited and released.

Man cited for

license violation

Goshen police reported the arrest of Hudson Foust, 18, 1301 E. Hively Ave., Elkhart, after a traffic stop at Pike Street and Riverside Boulevard at 8:30 p.m. Sunday. He was cited for driving while his license was suspended and released.

Items stolen

from apartment

Goshen police received a theft report from a resident Sunday afternoon. Police said Deena Corbin, 35, Goshen, reported two people took items from a basement of an apartment at 402 E. Jefferson St. The incident is under investigation.

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