Lawrence County, Indiana – A routine traffic stop conducted by Indiana State Police in Lawrence County culminated in the arrest of two individuals on suspicion of illegal drug possession. The incident unfolded on Wednesday in the northern region of Lawrence County.
Jacob Bunch, 39, and Amber Eads, 41, both of Bedford, were the individuals detained during the stop. The state trooper, upon conducting a preliminary inspection, identified controlled substances, specifically methamphetamine and an undisclosed amount of cash, in the possession of Eads.
The findings at the traffic stop led the trooper to procure a search warrant for a residence located on Indian Creek Road. The subsequent search unveiled a stash that included methamphetamines, psilocybin mushrooms, and marijuana.
Both Bunch and Eads now find themselves behind bars at the Lawrence County Jail, facing a slew of preliminary charges.
Jacob Bunch’s charges encompass a broad spectrum, ranging from “Dealing methamphetamine” and “Possession of methamphetamine” to “Possession of a Firearm by a Serious Violent Felon” and “Driving While Suspend-Prior.”
Amber Eads faces charges which include, but are not limited to, “Dealing methamphetamine”, “Possession of methamphetamine”, and “Maintaining a common nuisance.
This incident underscores the vigilant efforts of the Indiana State Police in their pursuit to curb drug-related offenses and ensure the safety of their communities.