Greenfield police make multiple drug-related arrests

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GREENFIELD, Ind. (WISH)  — The Greenfield Police Department and Hancock County Sheriff’s Department arrested several people on drug-related charges Thursday. Nine people were arrested in total on drug-related warrants for their arrests.

Savannah Wasson faces charges for possession of methamphetamine, marijuana, a narcotic and paraphernalia. The other eight suspects include Bradley Fuller, Ryan McCauley, Greg McCauley, Jamie Lane, Catharina Emous, Mara Griffith, Douglas Wiggington and Wesley Fair.

Court documents show police believe Bradley Fuller and Catharina Emous had been dealing drugs between Feb. 1 and March 31.

Court documents show detectives caught Emous and Fuller selling morphine and Oxymorphone at least four times, sometimes within 500 feet of an elementary school. Fuller and Emous both face dealing a narcotic, maintaining a common nuisance and corrupt business influence charges.

Prosecutors accuse Ryan McCauley of selling heroin within 500 feet of a school, according to court documents.

Greg McCauley, the father of Ryan McCauley, also faces dealing of a narcotic charges. Court documents show Greg McCauley worked with his son to sell heroin at least one time.

Jail officials told 24-Hour News 8, Jamie Lane was on work release when officers arrested him for new drug dealing charges. Lane faces dealing a narcotic and corrupt business influence charges. The Greenfield Police Department said Lane was selling heroin at least between Jan. 1 and Feb. 26.

Griffith was arrested for conspiracy to deal, attempt to deal and misdemeanor theft. Wiggington was arrested for possession of meth, possession of heroin, possession of paraphernalia and possession of marijuana.

Last year, the Greenfield Police Department and Hancock County Sheriff’s Department each added a detective to focus on drug-related cases in the county.

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