21 Arrested After Series of Drug Investigations in Tell City

The Tell City Police Department said Monday that a series of narcotics investigations relating to the distribution of meth and other controlled substances had led to the arrests of 21 individuals.

Posted: Jun 21, 2021 3:07 PM
Updated: Jun 22, 2021 8:55 AM

On Monday, the Tell City Police Department (TCPD) said that 21 arrests had been made in connection to a series of narcotics investigations in the area.

According to TCPD, the investigations targeted offenses relating to the distribution of methamphetamine and other controlled substances.

The Tell City Police Department said Monday that 21 individuals had been arrested on drug-related charges.

In total, investigators arrested 21 individuals as a result of the investigations. Most of the arrests were products of warrants generated from TCPD Lieutenant Detective Bryce Hammack and Detective Jason Shadwick, according to the department.


21 Individuals Arrested - Tell City Police Department

The police department says that the 2016 development of an initiative targeting the influx of meth and other drugs in Perry County has largely contributed to numerous arrests from over 150 criminal investigations in the area.

You can see a full list of the charges filed against each of the 21 individuals above via TCPD by clicking here.

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