Dubois County Deputies Arrest Four on Meth and Other Drug-Related Charges


FERDINAND -- Four people have been arrested on meth charges.

Dubois County Sheriff’s deputies got a tip about drug activity over the weekend at a home in the 10,000 block of CR 50 West in Ferdinand.

Authorities say three of the four tried to run from deputies when they arrived on scene.

A search of the home turned up around 55 grams of meth.  It has a street value of around $2,000.

Robin Dixon of Ferdinand is charged with dealing meth, maintaining a common nuisance and possession charges.

Dixon had a warrant out of Hancock County, Kentucky on a previous drug charge.

Three others were also taken into custody for possessing meth, marijuana, and paraphernalia.

They are Ashlyn Gayor, James Decker III, and Matthew Martin, all of Kentucky.

Those three are also facing a felony count of visiting a common nuisance.