Sheriff Jerry Goodin Declares Scott County a Drug Free County

Zero tolerance policy

Scott County’s newly elected Sheriff Jerry Goodin, has taken office at the Scott County Sheriff’s Office. First order of business, effective January 1st, is declaring Scott County Indiana a drug free zone. Sheriff Goodin will hold a zero tolerance policy with dealing, manufacturing, and possession of illicit drugs. Scott County Sheriff’s Office will be diligently pursuing any and all persons who are dealing drugs in Scott County. If you are contributing to the drug problem in Scott County, let this message serve as your official and final warning to either quit, move, or be arrested.

Scott County has been in the midst of a drug battle. Sheriff Goodin is ready to attack these issues and reclaim Scott County as drug free and a safe haven for its residents.

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