Narcotics investigation nets 2 arrests by Madison Police

2 arrested following investigation

In the early morning hours of May 22, 2020, the Madison Police Department executed a search warrant on a residence at 205 Sunrise Drive.  The search warrant was secured as the result of an ongoing narcotic investigation led by Detective Ricky Harris, Detective Kyle Cutshaw and K-9 Officer Brad Demaree. As the result of the search warrant, officers seized as evidence, methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia, and a firearm.

 

Arrested was Anthony M. Lauderbaugh 40, Madison, Indiana, and Haley S. Gwin 23, Madison, Indiana.  Both were occupants of the Sunrise Drive residence.  

 

Anthony Lauderbaugh faces preliminary alleged charges of;  SERIOUS VIOLENT FELON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM, POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE LEVEL 6 FELONY, , OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE LEVEL 6 FELONY, RESISTING LAW ENFORCEMENT CLASS A MISDEMEANOR and MAINTAINING A COMMON NUISANCE CLASS A MISDEMEANOR. 

 

Haley Gwin FACES PRELIMINARY ALLEGED CHARGES OF POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE LEVEL 6 FELONY and MAINTAINING A COMMON NUISANCE CLASS A MISDEMEANOR.   

 

Both Lauderbaugh and Gwin were transported to the Jefferson County Jail where they await their initial court appearance on the above stated alleged charges.  Both Anthony Lauderbaugh and Haley Gwin have the presumption of innocence until otherwise proven guilty.  The investigation officers were assisted by Chief John I. Wallace, Major Ben McKay Sergeant Shawn Scudder, Sr. Patrolman Dylan Barnes, Patrolman James Lee, Patrolman Trent Smith, Patrolman Cameron Blankenship, Patrolman Zack Nicholson, and Patrolman Jared Sweet.      

Under the Law, criminal charges are merely accusations and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.

 

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