The Marshall County Drug Task Force arrested two individuals on Monday for dealing in methamphetamine. 

On Monday morning, June 3rd, officers with the Marshall County Drug Task Force arrested a Plymouth man at the Speedway Gas Station on North Michigan Street for dealing in methamphetamine.

44-year-old Aaron Seibold, who resisted arrest was taken into custody with the assistance of the Plymouth Police Department and Marshall County Sheriff’s Department for the level 2 felony.

He was transported to the Marshall County Jail and held on a $20,000 cash bond.  Seibold was also charged for resisting and a report will be forwarded to the Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office for additional charges.     


The Marshall County Drug Task Force also located and arrested 58-year-old Donald Adcock of Largo, Indiana for dealing in methamphetamine as a level 3 felony. He was located in custody at the Wabash County Jail.  He was issued a $20,000 cash bond for his charges in Marshall County.

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