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Two Pike County Men Arrested in Gibson County on Meth Charges

An Indiana State Police Trooper arrested two men from Pike County on Friday morning in Gibson County on charges of possession of meth, OMVWI, Neglect of a Dependant, and more.

Posted: Oct 2, 2020 1:31 PM

According to Indiana State Police, two Pike County men were arrested while driving in Gibson County on Friday morning.

ISP Trooper Jordan Lee pulled the men over on Friday morning just before 9:00 a.m., after seeing the vehicle they were riding in make an unsafe lane movement on US 41 south of SR 68.

The driver of the car was identified as 28-year-old Aaron Shover of Winslow, Indiana. Two other passengers in the vehicle were also identified as 52-year-old Paul Shover, Jr of Petersburg and his 14-year-old son.

Trooper Lee said he saw signs of impairment in both the driver and the adult passenger.

After that, Senior Trooper Michael Finney and his K-9 Boomer arrived to assist Trooper Lee. While walking around the vehicle, Boomer alerted to the presence of narcotics.

According to ISP, a subsequent search of the vehicle revealed small amounts of methamphetamine, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia.

ISP says Aaron Shover failed field sobriety tests and refused to submit to a chemical test, and that the passenger, Paul Shover, was also impaired and under the influence of narcotics.

Both Aaron and Paul Shover were arrested and taken to the Gibson County Jail where they're currently being held on bond. The 14-year-old was released to a family member.

Arrested and Charged:

28-year-old Aaron Shover of Winslow

  1. Operating a Vehicle with a Passenger less than 18 years of age, Class 6 Felony
  2. Operating a Vehicle while Intoxicated – Refusal, Class A Misdemeanor
  3. Possession of Meth, Class 6 Felony
  4. Possession of Marijuana, Class B Misdemeanor
  5. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Class C Misdemeanor

52-year-old Paul Shover of Petersburg

  1. Neglect of a Dependent, Class 6 Felony
  2. Possession of Meth, Class 6 Felony
  3. Disorderly Conduct, Class B Misdemeanor

All criminal defendants are to be presumed innocent until, and unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.

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