COALMONT, Ind. (WTHI) - On Monday, the Clay County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant at 6422 E. Coulson Street in Coalmont, Ind. where they located items used to manufacture methamphetamine.
Officers were also able to locate items that are consistent with manufacturing synthetic marijuana.
The warrant was issued after a two month long investigation into the distribution of illicit narcotics.
The homeowner, 27-year-old Brandon Moore, was arrested on preliminary charges of manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, possession of synthetic marijuana, manufacturing synthetic marijuana, possession of paraphernalia, and maintaining a common nuisance.
Officers also located 29-year-old Jesse Betts, 21-year-old Michael Damron, 32-year-old Sheri Fiscus, 52-year-old Robert Fulford, and 18-year-old Derek Burton at the residence.
All five were arrested and face charges of visiting a common nuisance.
Those five are being held at the Clay County Justice Center on a $3,000 bond while Moore is being held at the Clay County Justice Center on a cash bond only of $25,000.
The Brazil City Police Department and the Jasonville Police Department assisted the Clay County Sheriff's Office in conducting the search warrant.
This case is ongoing and under review by the Clay County Prosecutor.
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