Saturation Patrol Nets Drug Arrests in Plymouthby Indiana State Police on February 16, 2015
Plymouth – Last Thursday the Indiana State Police, working in conjunction with the Plymouth Police Department, the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department and the Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office, arrested four individuals on various drug charges in a criminal saturation patrol in Marshall County.
Area agencies are continuing to battle the meth problem that seems to plague most of Indiana. Several traffic stops were conducted in and around Plymouth by area law enforcement which resulted in the arrest of three individuals by the state police and one arrest by the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department for illicit drug activity.
The state police arrested Dorsie J. Cooper, 20, of LaPorte for possession of precursors with intent to manufacture and possession of methamphetamine. Skylar Daniels, 23 of Lapaz was arrested for possession of precursors with intent to manufacture. State police also arrested Penny D. Burke, 53, of Knox for possession of a schedule II controlled substance and possession of precursors with intent to manufacture. The fourth individual David A. Hickman, 50, of Bremen was arrested by the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department for possession of meth, possession of marijuana, and operating while intoxicated.
*All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.