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Brookston Police Department arrested six people Tuesday night riding in a vehicle allegedly containing an active meth lab.

Officer Mark Thomas pulled the vehicle over due to a faulty license plate light, he said. Paraphernalia was in plain view when he approached the car, he noted.635870806786775994-JIMENEZ-HEIDI

The Indiana State Meth Suppression Unit, White County Sheriff’s Office, and Monticello and Monon police departments assisted with a search of the vehicle, where the lab and some methamphetamine were discovered, Thomas said.

The driver — Lewis Plybon II, 35, of Lafayette — and the five following passengers were formally charged Tuesday with 635870806780847956-LOFLAND-CARLENA-5felony counts of possession of a precursor, possession of methamphetamine and possession of a syringe; and a misdemeanor count of possession of paraphernalia, Thomas said.

  • Heidi Jimenez, 32, of Greenville
  • Adam Sander, 21, of Rossville
  • Ryan Rogers, 34, of Lafayette
  • Christian Marchand, 23, of Lafayette
  • Carlena Loflane, 22, of Stockwell

Several of those arrested have outstanding warrants in Tippecanoe County, according to online records. Plybon was wanted for violating the terms of his probation in a 2006 robbery conviction. Jimenez was wanted for her failure to appear in a trespassing case. Rogers was wanted on a petition to revoke probation in a 2010 child neglect conviction.

Sander and Marchand were convicted recently for possession of a syringe and were out on probation.

 

 

 

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