Greene County, IN - A traffic stop in Greene County nets meth and a wanted passenger.
ISP Trooper Richard Klun conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in eastern Greene County last Friday, October 27th, after learning the registered owner had no valid driver's license.
While speaking with the driver, Joseph Bish, 41, of Bloomington, Klun observed indicators of possible criminal activity. During the course of their investigation, Bish advised Troopers Klun & Yung that the front seat passenger, Matthew Ryan, had thrown a cigarette pack onto the rear floorboard near the feet of Brittany Bish and her juvenile son.
Joseph Bish also advised troopers that he believed the cigarette pack contained methamphetamine. After a search of Bish's vehicle, troopers recovered approximately 12 grams of methamphetamine with a street value of ($450) in a cigarette pack and $675 in suspected drug transaction proceeds, (see below.)
Also, while speaking with Ryan, it was discovered that he was lying about his identity to Troopers as he had three active warrants for his arrest. Ryan was discovered to be Kyle Feutz, 31, of Bloomfield, IN.
Feutz was also found to be in possession of hypodermic syringes and Suboxone, a controlled substance without a valid prescription.
Both Bish and Feutz were incarcerated at the Greene County Jail. Bish was charged with Dealing Methamphetamine, over 10 Grams (Level 2 Felony), and Maintaining a Common Nuisance (Level 6 Felony.)
Feutz was charged with Possession of Methamphetamine (Level 3 Felony), Possession of a Hypodermic Syringe (Level 6 Felony), Synthetic Identity Deception (Level 6 Felony), False Informing (A Misdemeanor), Possession of a Controlled Substance (A Misdemeanor), and Theft, (Level 6 Felony), Resisting Law Enforcement (A Misdemeanor) and Domestic Battery (A Misdemeanor), from the three active warrants.