BLOOMINGTON — Indiana State Police officials say a lengthy drug investigation that spanned multiple counties resulted in 450 grams of methamphetamine being taken off of the streets.
Saturday, state police arrested Jarrod Crouch, 41, of Bloomington, Indiana for allegedly supplying methamphetamine in and around Lawrence, Monroe and Greene counties.
A search of Crouch’s vehicle at the time of his arrested uncovered enough methamphetamine to distribute between 450 and 1,800 “doses” of the drug, according to Indiana State Police. The estimate was based on an average “dose” being between 1/4 gram and 1 gram.
Crouch is being held at the Morgan County Jail on charges of dealing methamphetamine and possession of methamphetamine.