Drug ArrestsOn Sunday, February 18, at approximately 2:50 in the afternoon Marshall County Patrolman Jonathan Bryant conducted a traffic stop in the area of U.S. 30 and Plymouth Goshen Trail. During the stop three individuals were arrested for various narcotic offenses.

MugShot_Shannon WrightThe driver, 30 year old Shannon Wright of Churubusco was found to be operating the vehicle on a suspended license with a prior.  She also possessed Heroin, Methamphetamine and another controlled substance.
Officers also located hypodermic needles in the vehicle as well as methamphetamine.

MugShot_Christopher HensonOne of the passengers, 40 year old Christopher Henson of Healdsburg had an active warrant out of Elkhart County. He was also found to be in possession of meth and paraphernalia.

MugShot_Trenton BairThe last passenger, 41 year old Trenton Bair of Warsaw was found to be possessing methamphetamine and a
hypodermic needle.

Shannon Wright is currently lodged at the Marshall County Jail with a $5000 cash bond for DWS-prior, possession of Methamphetamine and two counts of possession of a controlled substance as well as unlawful possession of a syringe.

Christopher Henson is currently lodged with a $3000 cash bond for possession of methamphetamine and paraphernalia as well as unlawful possession of a syringe. He has a hold for Elkhart County.

Trenton Bair is currently held in the County Jail on a $1500 cash bond for possession of methamphetamine and unlawful possession of a syringe.

Patrolman Bryant was assisted at the scene by Sgt. Laffoon, Patrolman Bragg and officers from the Plymouth Police Department.



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