Indiana State Police (ISP) says that two Rush County residents were arrested on warrants and additional drug related charges Monday in Decatur County.
ISP Public Information Officer Sgt. Stephen Wheeles says that at
approximately 1:40 p.m., Senior Trooper David Noah, along with Deputies from the Decatur County Sheriff’s Department, answered a call to assist the Rush County Sheriff’s Department with conducting a traffic stop on a vehicle traveling south on State Route 3 at the Rush/Decatur County line. The vehicle reportedly contained two individuals who were wanted on various warrants out of Rush and Morgan Counties.
Authorities say that Trp. Noah and Decatur County Chief Deputy Eric Blodgett conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle on State Route 3 at I-74, on the north side of Greensburg. Police say the vehicle was being driven by 27-year-old Bobby G. Dawson, Jr, of Rushville, who was wanted on numerous active warrants out of Morgan County. They add that the passenger, 39-year-old Natasha M. Hollin, also of Rushville, was wanted on numerous warrants out of Rush County.
Further investigation at the scene allegedly found Hollin to be in
possession of suspected methamphetamine, marijuana, and other items associated with the use and distribution of controlled substances. Wheeles says that both suspects were arrested and booked in the Decatur County Jail for the warrants. Authorities add that Hollin faces additional charges in Decatur County due to the items allegedly found in her possession.