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Last Saturday a Warsaw women was stopped by Indiana State Police on US 30 near Parker Street in Warsaw for running a traffic light. Indiana State Police Lt. Chad Larsh soon discovered after talking to the women that she was acting abnormal and showing signs of drug and alcohol impairment.Janet-Antoinette-Combs-e1426517259325-450x600

The driver of the pickup truck, Janet A. Combs, 42, was driving on a suspended driver’s license and had her two boys, age 10 and 12, with her.

Through the course of discussion with Combs, Larsh noticed drug paraphernalia located in the driver’s area, as well as items associated with drug use in Combs’ possession.

Combs claimed she had borrowed the truck to take her two boys to the movies. Larsh further uncovered a black bag in the bed of the truck during the vehicle inventory for impoundment. The bag was found to contain an active one pot meth lab and other items associated with methamphetamine manufacturing.

Combs was taken to Kosciusko Community Hospital after a search warrant was obtained giving permission to collect blood and urine samples for analysis. Combs was incarcerated at the Kosciusko County Jail for possession of methamphetamine, manufacturing methamphetamine and driving while suspended. Pending the outcome of the blood and urine tests, Combs may face additional charges.

All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.








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