Troopers at the Indiana State Police Bremen Post had a particularly busy week last week.  Between Sunday, December 3, and Saturday, December 9, troopers were proactively patrolling the roads across the Bremen District enforcing Indiana’s traffic laws, answering calls for service, and conducting crash investigations.

These patrols resulted in new arrests and cases being drawn for primary charges of:

Dealing Methamphetamine with two cases,

Possession of Methamphetamine with two cases,

Operating While Intoxicated had an additional three cases,

Operating a Vehicle Without Ever Receiving a License had two cases, and one case for Possession of Marijuana.

Troopers also followed up on tips and pursued leads and ultimately arrested twelve people with active arrest warrants on a total of 38 separate criminal charges.

Charges were also submitted to local prosecutor’s offices for three cases of Possession of Marijuana, three cases of Driving While Suspended-Prior, Possession of Methamphetamine, and Operating a Vehicle Without Ever Receiving a License.

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