Four people were arrested after an investigation by the Bartholomew County Joint Narcotics Enforcement Team into drug dealing at a house on Vine Street.
The investigation began Thursday when a sheriff’s deputy with a police dog searched a vehicle driven by 30-year-old Jami Hupp of Columbus. The dog alerted to the smell of narcotics inside the vehicle and Hupp was arrested on drug possession charges and a charge of neglect of a dependent for a child she had in the vehicle.
Those drugs were linked to the Vine Street home and a search warrant was issued.
59-year-old Michael K. Thompson of Columbus, 36-year-old Ashley Snyder of Taylorsville and 47-year-old Aaron Allman were arrested on a variety of charges.
Thompson is facing charges of theft receiving stolen property , possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, maintaining a common nuisance and an outstanding Bartholomew County warrant.
Snyder is being accused of possession of marijuana and paraphernalia, and maintaining a common nuisance.
Allman faces a charge of visiting a common nuisance.