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Search warrant leads to the arrest of five.

The five were arrested on various charges


On July 2, 2024 at around 3pm the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office prepared to serve a search warrant at 219 S Ash Drive, Hanover, In.

Two vehicles left the residence as the warrant was being processed.

Traffic stops were made on both vehicles as they attempted to leave the area.

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office then executed a search warrant of the residence.

Various narcotics were located inside the residence and inside of the vehicles attempting to leave the residence. Two handguns were also recovered.

Savanna Baker, Carlos Gomez-Sanchez, Rebekah Martinez, and Erik Crowder were all taken into custody and booked into the Jefferson County Jail. A 17 year old male juvenile was also taken into custody.

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

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office shares the events of arrest for the purpose of keeping the public informed.

If you are interested in a list of current inmates at the Jefferson County Jail, it can be found by following the link below.

Thank you to the Hanover and Madison Police Departments for their assistance in this incident.

“As I stated during my campaign, drug dealers are a threat to our community and will not be tolerated. I urge the community to continue reporting possible drug activity to local law enforcement and or the anonymous drug tip line.”

Sheriff Ben Flint

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