SEELYVILLE, Ind. (WTHI) - It was a hectic scene in Seelyville on Wednesday as a family practice was shut down.
Drug Enforcement Administration along with the Indiana Attorney General's Office and the Vigo County Drug Task Force executed a search and seizure warrant at the Seelyville Family Practice owned by Sherri Jernberg, NP.
The sign on the door of the practice says closed until further notice. The parking lot is cleared out now, but was swarming with law enforcement earlier in the day.
These law enforcement agencies executed a state search warrant out of the Vigo County Prosecutor's Office.
A News 10 crew on scene could see they were scouring paperwork and prescription drug bottles inside the office.
During the three hours they were there, patients of the office kept driving up but were turned away by officers.
News 10 spoke with Jernberg and her husband. She was visibly shaken up but said they were shutting down the office indefinitely and would post a sign for her customers.
The Drug Enforcement Administration out of Indianapolis confirms no one has been arrested at this time.
While this is an ongoing investigation, officials ask anyone with information about the family practice to call investigator Dave Richardson at (317) 718- 9975.
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